He has since decided that he’d like to make everyone freak out once again and is putting on a clinic. It appears that a shaft change in the driver and his trusty Scotty putter were all he needed to become the Tiger Woods we loved watching in the past.
Woods opened with a birdie at the first, and didn’t stop there, adding birdies at the third, fourth, and fifth holes while co-leader Justin Rose bogied the first and second. Rose, now the number one player in the world, has since bounced back and seven-under and is tied with Rory McIlroy at seven-under.
However, Woods currently holds a four-stroke lead over McIlroy and Rose, and considering he is second on the PGA Tour in third round scoring … things are looking good for the only man to have won multiple FedExCup titles.
UPDATE: Tiger added another birdie and now has five birdies over his first six holes.
UPDATE: So I guess we’re doing this … Tiger added another birdie and now has six birdies over his first seven holes.
UPDATE 6:30 PM: Tiger heads into the final round with a three-stroke lead over Rory McIlroy and Justin Rose. Tiger will be paired with McIlroy on Sunday.