When he birdied the 15th hole by rolling in his longest putt of the day, Woods was at 11 under and tied for the lead with the second-round leaders still early on their front nine.
"If I just putt normally, I'm probably there with those guys in the last couple groups", Woods said after his round, according to Tiger Tracker. "I played really, really well - played beautifully, actually had control of what I was doing out there - I just didn't finish it off".
DeChambeau gained the advantage again as he followed another ideal three-wood with a much better approach to 12 feet, while An tugged his second towards the gallery before playing a sublime flop-shot to five feet to put the pressure on the American.
Scott, who needs to vault from No. 65 on the world rankings to be inside the top 60 by the June 11 cut-off point, climbed to a tie for 11 in the Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village in OH today with a third-round 70. "But I'm in a position where if I shoot another good round like I had the last two days, I've got a chance". "Overall my game is where it needs to be heading into the U.S. Open and that's something that's very positive". Woods couldn't buy a putt when it looked like he might make the Valspar Championship his watershed victory, and it was the driver that cost him at Bay Hill.
It seems straightforward, with Woods speaking of a "minor tweak" that can be made with some off-week reps.
"Just keep thinking about those two 3-footers I missed, " said DeChambeau, who was at 14-under 202.
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The official said a range of issues remain to be resolved but the USA looks forward to continuing the negotiations with Canada. That was "completely grotesque", Lamy said.
Woods shot scores of 72-67-68-72 to finish at 9 under par. The year prior, in the midst of a five-victory season, he had a third-round 79 and finished 65th.
After starting the tournament 4 over through his first seven holes, Woods has rallied back with a 13-under mark since. He missed the green from the fairway on the 18th on the first extra hole and had to scramble for par. At the place where he has won five times, he can try to be aggressive and see what happens.
For the week, Woods made just one birdie over the closing three holes and played them in 3 over par.
Tiger Woods of the United States looks on from the 18th hole during the second round of the 2018 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club on April 6, 2018 in Augusta, Georgia. So as Woods charts his course back to the winner's circle, it could be said he has time on his side.
"Coming off the back of 77 and 79 at Wentworth last week I never really expected this, " Slattery said.