LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Phil Mickelson hit into the trees and through the trees, and even hit one shot into a spectator's shorts. He still managed to stay atop the leaderboard Saturday in the Northern Trust Open.
Mickelson scrambled his way to a 1-under 70 and was tied for the lead with PGA champion Keegan Bradley, who took only five putts over the last five holes and shot 66.
They were at 7-under 206, but it was far from a two-man race at Riviera.
A dozen players were within four shots of the lead going into the final round, including defending champion Aaron Baddeley, Dustin Johnson and FedEx Cup champion Bill Haas.