SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Much of the world will be tuned in to watch the Super Bowl today, but another show is also wrapping up a couple of time zones away at TPC Scottsdale.
And that show has belonged to Phil Mickelson, who will take a six-shot lead into the final round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open on Sunday.
Mickelson is looking to lead wire-to-wire, starting with his much-ballyhooed 60 on Thursday to his 7-under 64 on Saturday.
Brandt Snedeker is his nearest competitor. Snedeker is looking for his third top-3 finish of the season.
Follow the action all day with our Tour Tracker, and also take a look at our tournament coverage to date below:
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Update No. 4, 1:56 p.m.
Phil Mickelson bogeyed the par-4 second, but has bounced back with a birdie at the par-3 fourth. Lefty is still at 24 under, five shots ahead of Brandt Snedeker (19 under), who is 1 under through four holes today.
Also, Matt Every hasn't added to his birdie total today and he's still 4 under through seven holes now. Ryan Palmer is 6 under through 10 holes. He's got the lowest total of the day going so far along with Bo Van Pelt.
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Update No. 3, 1:29 p.m.
Matt Every is the second player so far today to start out 4 under through five holes on the front nine. Every is now T-4 at 16 under overall.
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Update No. 2, 1:21 p.m.
Pars all around for the lead group, as Phil Mickelson, Brandt Snedeker and Padraig Harrington all make par at the opening hole. Meanwhile, Ryan Moore has moved past Harrington and into solo third at 17 under, and Ryan Palmer has cooled off – he's now 4 under through seven holes thanks to a bogey at No. 7.
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Update No. 1, 12:56 p.m.
Phil Mickelson is about to tee off, but first we'll bring you up to speed on what has happened so far today:
• Ryan Palmer is off to a hot start with three birdies and an eagle in his first six holes. He's 5 under on the day, 15 under overall, and unlike some of the other quick starts we've seen this week, Palmer started on No. 1.
• Bubba Watson is 4 under through nine holes and has worked his way to 12 under overall. Also at 12 under overall and 4 under for the day is Kevin Stadler.
• Matt Every is looking for his first top 10 of the season. Every, who is currently T-7 at 14 under, has missed two cuts and finished T-60 at Farmers to begin the year.
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Round 3 coverage
• 5 THINGS: Phil Mickelson's full genius has been on display through three rounds at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. Story.
• TRACKER: Phil Mickelson began the third round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open with a four-shot lead, and extended it to six shots with a third-round 64. How it happened.
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Round 2 coverage
• TRACKER: He didn't make a run at 59 again, but Phil Mickelson turned in another strong round Friday at the Waste Management Phoenix Open at TPC Scottsdale. Story.
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Round 1 coverage
• TRACKER: In a week overshadowed by Vijay Singh's admittance of taking a banned substance, Phil Mickelson took command of the headlines Thursday at TPC Scottsdale. See how it unfolded.
• OH, SO CLOSE: Phil Mickelson held his head in horror on the ninth green, his 18th of the day. His 26-foot putt birdie putt for 59 curled around the hole and stayed out. Story.
• NO EXCUSES: Vijay Singh has no one to blame but himself. Apparently he agrees. Ostensibly that is why he said Wednesday that he is “angry” for unwittingly having taken a banned substance. In turn, he left himself open to a possible PGA Tour suspension. Story.
• SINGH WITHDRAWS: Vijay Singh withdraws from the Waste Management Phoenix Open, a day after saying he used deer-antler spray. Story.
• MR. 59: Bo Van Pelt fired a course-record 59 in Wednesday's pro-am at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, but it won't go down in the record books because it was in the pro-am. Story.
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• READY TO GET ROWDY? It's almost here: "The Greatest Show on Grass." Last year a record 173,210 spectators packed TPC Scottsdale on Saturday for the Waste Management Phoenix Open. Here are 5 Things to expect this week . . . Story.
• 'SHOCKED:' Vijay Singh expressed shock and anger when it was disclosed in a Sports Illustrated article that he was taking a banned substance, according to a statement released Wednesday by Singh here at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. Story.
• WEEKLY PICKS: Half of our panel agrees that there is a man to beat this week: Nick Watney. And after a T-4 and T-13 to start the season, there is little reason to disagree. Our predictions.
• DUFNER THE FAVORITE: Jason Dufner, a 12-1 favorite with Las Vegas oddsmakers, has contended in the past two Waste Management Phoenix Opens at TPC at Scottsdale, finishing tied for eighth last year after a runner-up showing in 2011. Story.