Phil Mickelson – Leads by one (-7)
“I think that because I feel or believe that I'm playing really well and I have an opportunity to contend for a major championship on Sunday and I'm having so much fun that it's easier to stay in the present and not get ahead of myself.”

“I felt I had a very clear picture on every shot, and I've been swinging the club well, and so I was executing. I just need to keep that picture a few more times.”

Brooks Koepka – Second (-6)
“I left a lot out there. I've got a chance to win, so that's all I wanted to do today is not give back any shots and be there tomorrow with a chance, and I've got that.”

“That was the worst putting performance I think I've ever had in my career. Can't get much worse. I thought 70 was about the highest I could have shot today.”

Louis Oosthuizen – Third (-5)
“That was probably the worst I've played in a while. So you know, especially the first ten holes going along with Phil hitting it beautifully and playing great, I was all over the place. I could sense early on that I wasn't on song, especially I felt a move in my driver that I didn't like, and from there it wasn't good.”

“So I was just sort of fighting to stay in it, and you know, at the end there, started judging the greens wrong and everything just fell apart. All in all, two behind going into Sunday, I've got to take a lot of positives out of that with the way I was playing today.”

Kevin Streelman – Fourth (-4)
“I'm a good driver of the ball. This course you have to hit the poise and I've been driving it straight and put it in the right place to attack. My iron play is on point and I've been rolling the ball nicely. Those make for a good, complete package, so one more big day to go just try and enjoy it. Keep doing what I'm doing.”

“I would say this course fits my eye nicely. I love the course. It's been just me all week. It's been a low one under key, chill week. My family is flying in today so I'm excited to see them. Kids are off summer break, so they will be with me Colonial, Memorial the next few weeks.”

Jordan Spieth – Shot 68 the low round of the third round (E)
“I hate being over par at a golf course. I mean, it's like my biggest pet peeve regardless of when it is in the tournament and I just hate seeing an over-par score next to my name. So it's nice to be tied with the course with a chance to beat it tomorrow.”

“I would say I've had over a dozen putts lip out, most all of them, if they had an extra half a foot of speed, would go in and I think that's not in the greens. I think that's just commitment through the stroke, so yeah, very frustrating through two rounds. Today was a bit better. Yesterday it actually felt good. Just didn't go.”

“I don't watch golf but I promise you I'm going to turn it on to watch him (Phil) today. It's pretty incredible.”

Rickie Fowler – Shot one of only three rounds in the 60s (E)
“Anything under par is a good thing, especially Saturday, to kind of move back up into – I guess a little bit of the thick of things. We'll see what the guys do out there, kind of the lead groups, and see if we'll have any sort of shot tomorrow. If not, we'll go see if we can put together a good one and at least get a solid finish out of it.”

Cam Smith – Signed for a 73 to be the best placed of the Aussies at T33 (+2)
“I just didn't drive it well enough to make a run at it. I feel like I'm so close to getting the best of this place but if you're a fraction off it will bite you.”

Lucas Herbert – On Instagram after playing with Jordan Spieth (+9)
“I just didn't drive it well enough to make a run at it. I feel like I'm so close to getting the best of this place but if you're a fraction off it will bite you.”