On a day where Tiger Woods talked about shooting in the mid-60s to get back into contention, his Round 3 reality was a very different story at the PGA Championship.
The world No. 1 fired a 73 at the Oak Hill Country Club to drop to four over par, 13 shots behind the leader heading into the final round.
After an up-and-down round on Friday, Saturday held few highlights for Woods. He made just one birdie, on the 11th hole, against four bogeys on the day.
Tiger's driver let him down in a big way, and he wasn't able to find any sort of stroke to drop the mid-range putts that he needed in order to climb back towards the leaders.
It's now all but assured that 2013 will not be the year that Tiger Woods captures his first major title since 2008.