(CNN) -- Tiger Woods found himself well out of contention in the third round of the Memorial Tournament in Ohio at 6-under 210, leaving him tied for 20th, PGA Tour.com reported.
The world number one who returned to PGA Tour action after a neck injury scored a 69, hitting a double bogey on the tenth hole when his tee shot went 45 degrees to the right and out-of-bounds.
Rickie Fowler, unfazed by six hours of rain delays on Saturday, kept his three-shot lead at Muirfield Village.
Fowler shot 3-under 69 to lead Tim Petrovic (68) and Ricky Barnes, who scored a tournament-best 62.
Phil Mickelson only managed a 70 to leave him at 8-under 208.