Bubba Watson blasts his way to the top of the Memorial Tournament leaderboard. Bubba Watson / Getty Images Bubba fired a -3 under par 69 to blast his way to the top of the Memorial Tournament leaderboard at -12 under par. He reported that he wants to shoot the same score tomorrow; “ I have a shot, I would like the same score tomorrow and let the boys beat me if they can. The more rest I have, the more I can get to a tournament and be excited about it. I’m full of energy and ready to go. My emotions aren't as up and down as much as when I play a long stretch.” Scott Langley holds second place, just one shot behind at -11 under par following his marvelous third round of -5 under par 67. It will be a lefty / lefty pairing for the last round, a very rare feat indeed. Scott has so far been having a tough time on Tour; “I would say last year was tougher than this year for me. I rode the ups and downs a little bit more last year than I guess I have this year. I just tried to approach the game and my career with a little more even‑keel attitude.” "Any time you shoot in the 60s here, pretty happy about it, tough place.'' Third place belongs to Hideki Matsuyama, he carded a third round -3 under par to accumulate his -10 under par tournament total. These guys can not be too comfortable, with World number one Adam Scott sitting in fourth spot at -9 under par. Adam scored a -4 under par 68 third round, and is looking to consolidate his position as the worlds number one. Adam says he is confident; “I’m playing with a lot of confidence, it’s funny how quickly it can build because I went to the Crowne Plaza having not swung the club very well and not 100 percent sure and then it really falls into place on Sunday.” 'It's going to be tough, he's playing great this year, and I just have to post a number. I'm in a good position where I can possibly post a number, and that makes life a little harder for the leader.'' I have been wondering and writing about the poor form of Phil Mickelson of late. The reason for his distraction has become apparent as FBI agents are investigating him for insider trading. Phil made a jovial reference to the investigation in a conversation with fellow golfer, Robert Garrigus. Phil Mickleson / Getty Images "It's been an interesting evening, I don't have much to say about it. It's not going to change the way I carry myself. Honestly, I've done nothing wrong. I'm not going to walk around any other way." Glad to hear that Phil, now get back to playing good golf.