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Phil Mickelson leads by two strokes after three rounds of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
The five-time major winner, who has not topped a leaderboard after 54 holes since the 2013 Open Championship, is two clear of Japan's Hiroshi Iwata heading into the final day.
"I've got a little bit of work to get my ball-striking back to that level that I need to be for tomorrow's round," said Mickelson, despite scoring a six-under-par 66 on Saturday to move to 14-under for the tournament.
"I really want tomorrow to be a good day.
"It's fun to just have a chance going into Sunday. It's great that I'm leading, and it's fun to be back in the thick of it - to have a chance.
"To head into tomorrow's round at Pebble Beach with an opportunity is what I've been waiting for."
Three strokes off the summit is Sweden's Freddie Jacobson, along with South Korea's Sung Kang, who followed up his course-record 60 with a disappointing third-round 70.
Ireland's Padraig Harrington remains in with a chance of glory, sitting on nine-under following a 67 on Saturday.
By David Maher