Tiger Woods endured a tough round during Day 3 of the Deutsche Bank Championship in Norton, Mass.
A thunder and lightning storm early on Sunday delayed the proceedings for several hours, necessitating a restart for the early groups. Once play got underway at 12:15 p.m. ET, lower scores were the order of the day for many golfers—but not for Woods.
Starting off at seven under par, Woods endured three bogeys to kick off his back nine. He salvaged his day with two birdies on the last six holes to finish one-over par on the day, 10 shots behind the leaders as his round wrapped up.
Despite his poor showing on Sunday, Tiger remains projected to retain the No. 1 spot in the FedEx Cup standings.
More possible bad weather means PGA Tour officials will be rushing the golfers out early, in threesomes, for the final round on Monday. We'll be back to follow Tiger's progress as he tries to climb his way back up the leaderboard.