Tiger Woods at BMW Championship 2012 Tracker: Day 3 Highlights, Updates and More
After nearly three inches of rain fell overnight, Tiger Woods is just one shot behind Vijay Singh as they play the third round of the BMW Championship tournament.
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Tiger hits a beautiful chip from 30 feet and left himself a foot for par.
He converts for a one-under 71.
The big difference today from Saturday's past this year is that he held his confidence and composure together and turned a three-over start into a 71.
What a day we have in store tomorrow with Mickelson, Singh, Dustin Johnson, Rory and Lee Westwood all in the mix.
Tiger's ball is all the way down.
From 135, he actually has a good hack from that lie and has found the fairway just short and left of the green.
He will have a chip to come from a good spot.
Vijay Singh has birdied 17 with a long putt and goes into the lead again by himself at 17-under.
Tiger's drive travels 304 yards and has 136 left for his second.
They will indeed go out in pairs tomorrow and Tiger should go out about 1:05 if he pars the last.
Tiger has a driver in hand.
A big swing that finds the rough on the right.
It is dry, but it also looks like it settled in the thick stuff.
One last tricky drive coming up as the 18th hole has water going all the way down the right side.
On the card at 451 yards, the pin is left edge and getting in the fairway is crucial.
Singh has just bogeyed the 16th and shares the lead again with Mickelson at 16-under.
Tiger's chip is very good and kicks it in from the right about two feet away.
Last par-three of the day is next at the 17th.
Pin today is on the front.
At 196 today, it is a seven-iron for Woods.
It hits short of the green and just stops cold.
A chip for his second is likely.
Woods has 22 feet left. Not that sloped downhill.
He has good speed, but it misses just left.
A certain par for Tiger.
This pin can be hunted.
Tiger will not be happy as it lands hole high and hops 20 feet past before stopping.
He has a birdie putt coming, but it is not a likely make.
Singh chips in from off the 15th green for birdie and has the solo lead again at 17-under.
Tiger walloped that drive 343 yards. He will take a wedge in from 137.
The flag is in the center of the green and water is right and short.
Tiger has the driver out and he nails it right down Broadway.
A bit on the right side, he is in good shape for his second.
The 16th hole is a long 470-yard par-four.
The fairway narrows about where you want to place your drive and there is a fairway bunker complex on the left.
Tiger will have 25 feet left.
With lift, clean and place, he will be putting this.
A touch uphill and a bit of a right break, Tiger hit it firm but misses just right.
He will be disappointed with a par here.
Singh loses a shot on 14 and now is tied with Mickelson at 16-under.
Tiger has 100 yards on the number.
He tried to keep it below the hole but did not hit it hard enough.
He is in the fairway just off the front and will probably putt his fourth shot.
His lie is not good.
He is forced to lay up from 233 and does short of a walkway in front of the green.
He has a wedge shot upcoming for his third.
Tiger watches his drive.
It lands in the rough on the right side, but the good news is that it landed in the gallery.
He should be in a trampled down area.
The 523-yard par-five 15th hole is next.
A long fairway bunker guards the left and a green that looks like a pair of clip-on sunglasses awaits the approach.
The pin is on the front lobe and is cut on the right.
Tiger will putt this from 25 feet.
He goes not quite get enough on it, but has an easy two-putt par secured.
Everything changed for Tiger with that chip-in birdie on the ninth.
Tiger's long iron lands below the hole and just off the green right.
He will have a good chip coming up or even a putt from the fringe.
Phil Mickelson has birdied 18 to shoot an eight-under 64 today. At 16-under overall, he goes into tomorrow just currently one back of Vijay Singh.
Toughest hole on the course is next with the 14th.
The long par-four is a hole shaped like an elbow.
While there is plenty of room to drive it, the approach goes 90 degrees the other way.
Tiger has driven it on the right side of the fairway and has just 206 left from the bend of the elbow.
Tiger has 10 feet for birdie.
He is in a zone now because he pours that in the cup.
At one point today Tiger was three-over. Now, he is one-under.
Tiger's iron off the tee is pin-high and left of the flag.
He has a medium length birdie putt to come.
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