Showdown set up for Sunday

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BETHESDA, Md. – Tournament host Tiger Woods and defending champion Anthony Kim have set the stage for a Sunday showdown at the AT&T National, with plenty of unexpected company at Congressional.

Woods survived a roller-coaster round with an even-par 70 and shared the 54-hole lead today with the 24-year-old Kim, who shot 68. They were at 10-under 200, although it was far from a two-man race.

Senior PGA champion Michael Allen, who has never won on the PGA Tour, had 65 and was one shot behind along with Cameron Beckman, who chipped in for eagle on the 16th and shot 66.

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geraldstacks 07/04/09 - 11:49 pm
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Where is David Duvall and

Where is David Duvall and John Daly, Phil, Jim Furck and more colorful golfers than Tiger ane Kim

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