Tiger Woods at Deutsche Bank 2012 Tracker: Day 4 Highlights, Updates and More
Tiger Woods begins his day six shots behind Louis Oosthuizen at the Deutsche Bank Championship outside of Boston.
Is today the day he makes an amazing comeback in his quest to win his second FedEx Cup?
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A five-under 66 today is some awfully good golf, but he needed to shoot a 64 to have a chance.
He played very well this week, but it might be creeping in to him and others that there are others that are better.
Still, four sub-70 rounds and very good play from tee-to-green and certainly an okay week putting.
Most consistent week since early July and in great shape next week.
NBC showed Tiger looking at the leaderboard as he walked up the 18th fairway.
He has 23 feet for eagle and Rory was unlucky driving it through the 18th fairway.
This will go downhill and probably break to the left.
Tiger aims it right.
But he aims it too far right.
He will make a birdie, but 18-under will be short of the win.
Rory and Oosthuizen bogey 17.
Woods hits a five-iron on the green.
It is just above pin high, but it lands on the wrong tier and will be very fast down the hill for eagle.
Tiger's drive finds the fairway left.
He has just over 205 to the pin and will be in full go mode as Rory and Louis are in full hack mode on 17.
The last hole is another reachable par-five.
At 530 yards, the ample fairway leads to a reconstructed green that has been elevated and shrunk by about a third.
Rory and Louis are both in trouble on 17 so if Tiger has any real chance he has to score here.
Surprisingly, he only has made one birdie on his hole and that was Saturday afternoon.
Tiger read that putt to go right, but it did not.
He cleans up for a par.
One hole to go.
Tiger's drive went 259 and he has about six feet left for birdie.
A good drive for Tiger leaves 147 to the flag.
Left with no choice, he has to go flag hunting and he dials it in.
He has about eight feet left for a birdie to try and give him a very remote chance.
Rory and Oosthuizen par 16 and are 21 and 20-under par.
The par-four 17th hole is an iron-wedge hole.
With the green sharply angled to the left from the fairway, placing he ball in play is crucial for getting it in scoring range.
Pin is back-left and has sand if you stray way left.
Tiger has parred the hole twice and made a birdie Saturday.
This 60 foot putt will go down the hill towards the water.
After making the turn at four-under, he has parred each hole on the back side.
He read correctly that the putt broke from right to left, but it goes a bit long and he should have a tap-in par to come.
Tiger does not like the eight-iron he used off the tee.
Thankfully for Woods, the ball stayed well right on the green.
He has about 60 feet left for a long birdie attempt.
Oosthuizen birdies 15 to get to 20-under and one back from McIlroy who made a rather wild par from off the green.
The 16th hole is a 161-yard par-three that sees the pin today cut dangerously close to the water on the left.
After making pars the first two days, Tiger birdied the hole yesterday.
Twenty feet left for Tiger from the first cut of rough.
He nearly holes his chip and it bounces out of the hole a couple feet left.
Woods taps in.
Tiger has a wedge in hand from 133.
It hits the fairway just in front of the green and it bounces right.
He will have to chip just short of the green.
Rory pars 14 and maintains a two-shot lead.
He hits the stinger 280 yards down the left side.
It is in the fairway and he has 129 to the flag.
The 15th hole is just a 421-yard par-four.
The fairway is straight off the tee and the flag is on the front.
After pars the first two days, Tiger birdied it yesterday.
Tiger's approach falls 72 feet short of the hole.
His lag effort is nearly perfect. It is pin high and just a bit right.
He marks the ball but should make a par.
Tiger is running out of holes, but has played well today.
Oosthuizen birdies 13 so Rory's lead is now two shots, 21-under to 19-under.
A good day for Phil Mickelson has him tied for fourth with Dustin Johnson at 13-under.
Tiger aims at the pin.
He hits it a club short though and has a long birdie putt to come.
Tiger's drive finds the first cut of rough on the left side.
He hit it 315 yards and has 170 and lots of green to work with left.
At 495 yards, the 14th hole is the toughest hole on the course playing at 4.16 for the week.
Tiger birdied the hole Saturday and made pars the other two days.
There is an ample fairway to hit and the pin is cut way on the back of the green.
Ball is sitting up and Tiger hits a soft pitch from 30 feet.
He leaves it four feet short below the hole for par.
He hits it a bit firm and it bobbles in the cup.
A par for Tiger.
Tiger is distracted as he starts his back swing so he will reset.
He does but it hits the collar and bounces short and right into the rough.
He has an uphill pitch to come that could be buried.
Rory birdies 12 to get to 21-under and five-under today.
After a birdie Friday, Tiger has parred this hole the last two days.
He has 145 left to he pin, but anything really short will find a bunker that guards the right side of the green.
The 13th hole is playing 451 yards today.
Tiger has a driver in hand.
The shot deserves a twirl as it finds the left-center of the fairway in good shape.
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