AUGUSTA, Ga. — Phil Mickelson, who is at 7-over 223 heading into the final round of the Masters, did find a silver lining Saturday – crystal, really.

Mickelson made an eagle at the par-5 eighth. It was the 19th eagle of his career at the Masters, and each one comes with a commemorative crystal glass.

Mickelson said “it wasn’t a total loss” and added “you can never have enough crystal.”

PAUL CASEY credited his best round of the week to a marker and a mattress.

Casey shot a 3-under 69 in the third round and made a decent move up the leaderboard. He was in the first group off the tee and played alongside the Augusta National club champion, Jeff Knox, who typically fills in when an odd number of players make the cut.

They played in three hours, about two hours faster than threesomes averaged during the first two rounds, and Casey called it “the best experience I’ve ever had with a marker.”

Casey found one more reason for his improved play: He slept in his 3-year-old son’s bed the last few nights in hopes of loosening up a tight hip.

Casey didn’t like the mattress in the house he rented near the course, so he bunked with his kid in “a proper bed.”

TIGER WOODS is making a move – in the world rankings, not the Masters leaderboard.

Woods is expected to crack the top 100 for the first time in years following golf’s first major.

Woods shot an even-par 72 in the third round. He continued to struggle with iron play, failing to get a grip on distance control.

He said “my swing is just off with my irons.”

Woods, 42, is playing the Masters for the first time since 2015. He is back following a fourth back surgery.

He started the week ranked No. 103 in the world but should move up several spots after making the cut at golf’s first major.

Woods said he’s “just kind of gradually working on it, gradually building,” adding, “I’m getting there.”

Woods won’t win a fifth green jacket and said he now has a modest goal for the final round: “Even par or even in the red. Hopefully I can get it done.”

MATTHEW FITZPATRICK, a 23-year-old Englishman, shot a 5-under 67 in the third round, getting to even-par 216 for the tournament. Fitzpatrick made four birdies and an eagle in a nine-hole stretch.