Playing alongside his most noted adversary, Sergio Garcia, Tiger Woods delivered a strong performance at the third round of the BMW Championship.
Woods strung together a run of seven holes where he made six birdies to put himself in contention for Sunday's final round.
Woods did hurt his chances of reaching the top of the leaderboard because of a disastrous 15th hole, where he bogeyed after his tee shot fell straight into the water.
Luckily for Tiger, he was able to rebound with a birdie on the 18th hole to put his round score at 66.
Heading into the final round of the BMW Championship, Woods sits at nine-under for the tournament.