Tiger Woods at Deutsche Bank Championship 2013 Tracker: Live Day 3 Highlights
Tiger Woods endured a tough round during Day 3 of the Deutsche Bank Championship in Norton, Mass.
As Tiger's day concludes, the battle at the top of the leaderboard continues to rage.
Jason Dufner, Henrik Stenson, Sergio Garcia and Graham DeLaet are now in a four-way tie for first at 16-under, with Robert Castro just one shot back.
Tiger's playing partner Kevin Stadler finished his day with at 64 to climb to 14-under, while Hunter Mahan shot at 66 to finish at -12.
Final stats: 8/14 fairways, 12/18 GIR. 31 (31!) putts.— GC Tiger Tracker (@GCTigerTracker) September 1, 2013
Here's a final look at Tiger's part of the leaderboard.
As his round wraps up, he's tied for 42nd after dropping 22 places today.
Birdie try is online, catches right edge and lips out. Of course. Disappointing par to end a disappointing day. 1-over 72.— GC Tiger Tracker (@GCTigerTracker) September 1, 2013
After lengthy wait, goes for green in 2. Carries the hazard but catches just short of the green on fringe. Up & down for birdie & 71.— GC Tiger Tracker (@GCTigerTracker) September 1, 2013
As Tiger makes his way through the 18th, here are his stats for the day:
The last hole is a big bad Par 5.
3 wood off 18 tee is center cut.— GC Tiger Tracker (@GCTigerTracker) September 1, 2013
Graham DeLaet and Robert Castro have joined Garcia and Stenson at 15-under, one shot behind leader Jason Dufner.
DeLaet now boasts the best round of the day, eight-under through 16 holes. Marc Leishman is in the clubhouse with a seven-under 64.
Once again, the birdie putt opportunity goes just a little wide.
Tiger is forced to settle for par on 17 and hope for a birdie on his last hole to get back to even for the day.
Center cut on 17, approach checks up 10-12 feet short of the hole. Will have a good look at bird again as sun finally starts to peek out.— GC Tiger Tracker (@GCTigerTracker) September 1, 2013
Your new leader! That puts Tiger 10 strokes back.
Fist pumps aplenty! - The Duf makes birdie at 10 to move to -16 and the outright lead— ByTheMinGolf (@ByTheMinGolf) September 1, 2013
With two holes to go in Day 3, Tiger Woods sits at six-under par.
Upon review prob closer to 5 feet, manages to roll this one in for a deuce. Hey look, only 9 back!— GC Tiger Tracker (@GCTigerTracker) September 1, 2013
Tiger birdied 16 and 18 on Saturday for a solid finish to his second day at the Deutsche Bank Championship.
A similar performance to wrap things up today would bring him back to even on a day when most of his peers are shooting well under par.
Off to a good start—his tee shot on the Par 3 16th lands about five feet from the cup.
Tiger Woods remains two-over par on the day with three holes to go.
Make that a 40-foot birdie putt for Dufner...
Meanwhile, back in Tigerville, it's another par at 15 to stay five under.
Jason Dufner drops a birdie to finish his front nine and take a share of the lead at 15-under par!
Still crowded at the top of the leaderboard. Sergio Garcia and Henrik Stenson are holding steady at 15-under, but Robert Castro and Jason Dufner now sit just one shot back.
Back to the 3 wood at 15, back to the fairway. Nice soft draw.— GC Tiger Tracker (@GCTigerTracker) September 1, 2013
Tiger's looking at a five foot putt for par on 14. Makes it.
With four holes to go, Tiger holds steady at two-over for the day and five-under for the tournament.
Drive finds right side of 14 fairway...finally. Approach finds the dance floor.— GC Tiger Tracker (@GCTigerTracker) September 1, 2013
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