Paul Casey slips into three-shot lead in California

Paul Casey slips into three-shot lead in California

Paul Casey slips into three-shot lead in California

Paul Casey, of England, follows his drive from the 18th tee of the Spyglass Hill Golf Course during the third round of the Pebble Beach Pro-Am.

Jason Day, who was a runner-up to Ted Potter past year along with Mickelson and Dustin Johnson, was one over after 10 holes in his second round at Spyglass Hill, but the Australian then reeled off four birdies in five holes and still has three to play on Saturday morning.

Mickelson, a four-time victor of the event, teed off on the 10th and raced to six under for his round with six birdies in his first 14 holes.

"I thought anything in the 60s was going to be a heck of a round, and I was one shy", Mickelson said.

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"It was hard out there, especially around the turn there", he said. "So I've been able to make a few more birdies on some of these holes".

Jason Day leads the Australians after his round of 72 today at Pebble Beach saw him lose ground but he is six shots behind the leader and just three shots out of second place so something very special from him tomorrow could yet see him contending for the title.

Mickelson, who made his 500th career cut on Saturday, could join Mark O'Meara as the only five-time winners of the event, Mickelson's most recent triumph coming in 2012.

"It was nice to birdie the last, but I hate finishing the round off like that - three bogeys after having a pretty good round going in".

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"The victor of this tournament usually comes from behind the final twosome, so Paul and I can't start playing against each other", said Lefty, who is trying to tie Mark O'Meara's tournament record of five victories. "He's going to be tough to catch". "Because of that I'm playing better", said Casey, who was enjoying the Pro-Am experience, which can test the patience of the pros - especially with the kind of soaking weather that has further slowed things this week.

"I stand firm on what I said", Casey said. "You just have to cross your fingers and hope you're at the right part of the course at the right time", he said.

Casey, who is chasing a third PGA Tour win, cut a swathe through the field, jumping almost 30 spots after his round at Monterey Peninsula. "I've always loved Pebble - how could you not?"

Lucas Glover and Scott Piercy are T-3 at 11 under while Brian Gay and Matt Every are T-5 at 10 under.

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