The Tour Championship is not quite over, but it may as well be for 28 golfers in the 30-man field. Patrick Cantlay (-17) and Jon Rahm (-16) enter Round 3 on Saturday up six and five strokes, respectively, on a field that’s probably playing for third at this point. Third-place at the Tour Championship is no joke, though; it pays $4 million.There’s plenty of stars in line to either take that or try to run down Cantlay and Rahm. Playing just ahead of that final twosome will be Bryson DeChambeau (-11) and Justin Thomas (-10). Both had interesting days on Friday with opposite finishes. They’ll both try to take it deep on Moving Day because it’s unlikely Cantlay and Rahm are going to falter based on how they’re currently hitting it. Beyond that, Viktor Hovland and Harris English are lurking with Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy also in the top 10, although it would take truly heroic performances from either one to chase down the leaders. Regardless, Saturday is going to be great as the PGA Tour’s best position themselves for a run at the $46 million purse.CBS Sports will be with you the entire way Saturday updating this story with the latest scores, analysis and highlights from Round 3 of the Tour Championship. Keep it locked here throughout the entire round, take a quick glance at the leaders atop of the page and view a more detailed leaderboard.