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Spieth moved back to within a shot with par save from a bunker on No. 10 and Watson made bogey. It was on No. 10 that Spieth showed his first signs of anger, banging his club into the turf after his second shot found the bunker.

Watson went up back by two shots when he got up-and-down for par on the devilish par-3 12th hole and Spieth scrambled to make bogey after hitting his tee shot in the water.

Watson put the hammer down with a 366-yard tee shot that hit a tree but still made it around the corner on the par-5 13th hole.

“That’s his day,” Spieth said when told Watson’s drive on No. 13 hit a tree and kept going.

It set up a gap wedge to 35 feet, which he two-putted, making a 7-footer to go up by three shots on Spieth.

They both parred the final six holes. Blixt played his final six in 1-under to catch Spieth for a share of second place.