Tiger Woods is continuing to look as consistent has he's looked in years, finishing his third round at the Honda Classic with a 1-under 69 on Saturday, which is the first round in the 60's for him in his latest comeback. The Jupiter Island resident was coming off a round of 70 and 71 over the first couple of days at PGA National, and now finds himself at even par heading into Sunday.
Woods sank three birdies in round three, but ran into trouble at the Bear Trap, bogeying with the 15th and 17th hole. You can expect Sunday's crowds at the Honda Classic to be bigger than ever with Tiger officially still within pouncing range of the lead.
Luke List leads the was by one stroke heading into the final round, looking for his first PGA win. Jupiter Island resident Justin Thomas is one stroke back, and will play with List in the final grouping on Sunday.