Following a win at the St. Jude Classic yet again, the Plantation, Fla., native is planning to use this victory as more of a relaxer than anything.
Spain's Rafa Cabrera Bello and Americans Stewart Cink and Ben Crane lead the event at 9 under, one ahead of Luke List and Chad Campbell so while the players ahead of him are fine players, one a major champion, none have won in quite some time, adding to Jones' chances tomorrow.
Brandt Jobe shot a six-under 6 to take a share of the lead following the second round.
Thompson, who started the day with a one-shot lead, led by four shots at the turn but stumbled on the back nine with four bogeys.
"The good news is that my physical game is there and I should be able to find the mental toughness here soon", Mickelson said. He will be among the sleepers next week at the U.S. Open.More news: Plane lands safely in Sydney with hole in engine casing
Kevin Sutherland holed out for an eagle on No. 18 to join McCarron at 203. A dropped shot on the 14th didn't halt his momentum as he birdied the par-5 16th.
Money leader Bernhard Langer finished at 12 under, while Scott Verplank, Tom Lehman and Steve Flesch were another shot back.
Aguilar, who held a two-stroke lead through the first three rounds, hit a three-over 75 and finished 10th. She calmly made a 25-footer for the victory. He started Saturday five shots back of the leaders, but charged up the leaderboard with five birdies and only one bogey.
He sits three off the lead shared by Chez Reavie, Sebastion Munoz and Charl Schwartzel on nine-under.
Fellow American Lindy Duncan was in second after a 67, followed by South Korea's In Gee Chun (68) another shot back.