Matt Kuchar and Gary Woodland are tied at the top of The Barclays leaderboard at the conclusion of the third round at Liberty National Golf Course. Gary Woodland & Matt Kuchar / Getty Images Gary said he had played beautifully for his -3 under par round of 68 sharing the -12 under par score with Matt; “I’ve really let my game take over, I'm playing beautifully.” Matt was impressed with Kevin Chappell shooting a -9 under par 62; " Darned good golf, no matter how tough the conditions are, somebody finds a way to play good golf.” Kevin had nine birdies and no bogey's in his record breaking 62 third round, which gave him third place on his own at - 11 under par. He said he did not think such a score was possible on the day because of the high winds; " In the wind, if you would have told me someone was going to shoot 62 today, I would probably have laughed at you," Tiger Woods, a wounded soldier with a bad back, for which he has received treatment for after every round this week, is four shots off the lead, at -8 under par. As they say, beware the wounded animal, Tiger is still thinking of winning; " It starts off great every day, and then it progressively deteriorates as the day goes on, Hopefully Sunday it will be one of those days again and fight through it and see if I can win a tournament." Rickie Fowler, Justin Rose, Jim Furyk, Bubba Watson and Jordan Spieth are all within five strokes of the leaders, all at -7 under par for the tournament. Rickie thinks the conditions will be tough tomorrow, for the final round; " It's definitely starting to play tougher out there. The back nine, there was a few spike marks and the greens were starting to get a little crusty. With the breeze drying them out, it could play pretty tough Sunday afternoon.” Looks like everything is set up nicely for a real competitive joust, it will be a great days golf tomorrow.