Tiger Woods at Tour Championship Tracker: Day 3 Highlights, Updates and More
It is "Moving Day" at the Tour Championship at Atlanta's East Lake Golf Club.
If Tiger Woods wants to move towards his third FedEx Cup, then he better go low today.
Keep it here to see if he can.
Tiger has 37 feet left for a birdie.
Regardless of what he does here, he has made a move the right way today, but the Cup and the tournament are out of his direct control.
Not only does he have to pass McIlroy outright on the board, but Brandt Snedeker is one back and can win the Cup if he wins the championship.
Tiger tries to ease his birdie putt in, but it slides a couple feet right.
A good effort from a slippery spot on the green.
Now three-and-a-half feet to clean up.
McIlroy birdies 15 to get to five-under. Snedeker is at seven-under. Rose and Furyk share the lead at eight-under.
Tiger makes par and fires a three-under 67 today.
He will have a say tomorrow.
The 18th hole is a 199-yard par-three.
The pin is on the front-left.
Tiger has the six-iron.
He hit the draw and it lands on the left side of the green, but more on the center-back side and not the front.
He has a long birdie putt to come.
Tiger has 22 feet left for a birdie.
He gave it a great look. The line was perfect, but not the speed.
He makes a par.
Tiger got a free drop from the corporate hospitality tents like yesterday and from 148 yards left his second shot on the center of the green, but he is on the wrong side of a ridge to putt over.
Water runs down all the left side from tee to green on the last par-four of the day.
At 470 yards on the card, the 17th hole has a narrow fairway.
Tiger has the driver out and he has flown the fairway bunkers on the right side, but is in the rough.
Justin Rose has birdied the par-three 11th and is now tied for the lead with Jim Furyk at eight-under.
The length of this par putt is actually 11 feet.
He pours it in.
That was a great par dead center into the hole.
The shot only travels 46 yards and he has 145 left for his third.
Tiger can go at the flag and lands it hole-high about eight feet right of the left-edge pin for par.
Tiger has 176 to the hole.
He had a chute of trees to go through, but it hit a tree and the ball bounds onto the left side of the fairway.
The 16th hole is the hardest hole on the course.
At 481 yards on the card, this par-four is playing at a 4.236 clip.
Straight off the tee, only 35 percent of the field has hit this narrow fairway.
Tiger has hit a tree on the right side and the ball bounds down the hill away from the fairway.
Tiger's putt will be a gentle one downhill.
He played it to break much more left-to-right than it did and it speeds a few feet past the hole.
He now has four feet left for birdie.
He gets it in the left side.
A birdie for Tiger.
Rory is also at four-under now.
Tiger has 42 feet for eagle.
Jim Furyk and Justin Rose have birdied the ninth and Furyk is at eight-under while Rose is in solo second at seven-under.
Tiger has a sidehill lie from 248.
He hits that stinger and chases it to the left side of the green.
He is on, but has a lengthy eagle putt to come across the green.
Tiger has missed that fairway on the right and found a bunker.
It only went 275 yards and he will have a tough decision to make coming up.
The reachable par-five 15th hole is next.
At 525 yards on the card, the fairway goes from left-to-right.
The pin is on the front-right but is guarded by sand.
Tiger's birdie effort on 14 is a bit aggressive.
It misses the hole long and a couple feet right.
He makes it and stays at three-under.
Tiger has 148 in a buried lie in the rough.
With the pin on the center-left, Woods finds the center of the green.
Par a likely score.
Luke Donald, playing with Tiger, holed his approach shot for an eagle from the fist cut. Donald is two-under now.
The 14th hole is on the card at 442 yards.
Despite being straight off the tee, however, only 40 percent of the field has hit this fairway on the par-four.
Tiger has missed that fairway on the right in the rough.
With a drive of over 300 yards, he has 152 left.
It will depend on his lie.
Tiger makes his par.
Tiger had a good lie from the sand and pitches it pin-high a couple feet above the hole for his par.
Tiger has a pitching wedge to this front-right pin.
Woods, however, cuts it too far to the right and he finds a green-side bunker.
The 476-yard par-four 13th hole is next.
Tiger has landed his drive on the right side of the fairway long and has around 165 left to the flag after a drive of 313 yards.
Tiger nails his putt hard and makes his birdie.
Rory birdies the ninth so they are still tied at three-under.
Tiger has 13 feet left for birdie.
Brandt Snedeker has moved up to six-under through 10 holes. As one of the five players that can automatically win the FedEx Cup with a win, he is one shot back.
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