- History Ahead?: Rory McIlroy extends his lead to eight shots after a third-round 68. He has the lowest score in U.S. history both to par (-14) and thru 54 holes (199).
- Staying Steady: 2009 PGA champion Y.E. Yang stays steady with a third-round 70 ... but lost two-shots to McIlroy. He birdied the 16th hole to stay in the final group with Rory.
- Into Position: Jason Day and Lee Westwood moved the most on moving day. They both shot 6-under 65's to get to 5 under...tied in third place.
- Opposites Attract: President Barack Obama and Speaker of the House John Boehner won their Saturday golf match against Vice President Joe Biden and Ohio Governor John Kasich by winning the final hole on a short Boehner putt. They won the bet --- $2 each.
8:15a ET: Martin Davis, Golf Channel contributor
8:30a ET: John Lyberger, Head Pro at Congressional
9:15a ET: Todd Lewis, Golf Channel reporter
9:45a ET: Mark Rolfing, Golf Channel on NBC analyst
10:10a ET: David Feherty, Host of 'Feherty'
1:00p ET: Joey Sindelar, Champions Tour Pro
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