Rain and wind played havoc with the Swede's swing on the back nine, closing with four bogeys and just one birdie, but he still has a solid lead ans a good shot at winning the title and taking home this years Fed Ex Cup Championship.
A victory on Sunday would mean over $11 million in prize money and with Tiger Woods struggling at the back of the pack, all the pressure is on Stenson
in Sundays final round.
Despite his troubles, the 37-year-old still managed to shot a 69 and that has the veteran golfer at 11 through three rounds. Dustin Johnson shot his third straight round in the 60s and moved to within four shots with a solid round of 67.
Adam Scott dropped out of contention for both the win and the Fed Ex Cup as the Australian struggled, shooting a 74
on Saturday and dropping to a tie for tenth, nine shots behind the leader.
The weather outlook for Sunday is much better and with the wet conditions it could lead to some low scores, but the tournament is Stenson's to win or lose and it should be an exciting final round for golf fans from all over the globe.