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The rookie in front of Tiger Woods has nothing to lose
12 March 2018, 06:27 | Marta Robbins
After years in the rough, Tiger Woods gets his game back
And the 42-year-old took full advantage by finding a greenside bunker with his approach, splashing out to four feet and holing the birdie putt to take the outright lead.
Another birdie followed at the par-5 fifth after Woods almost chipped in for eagle. Predictably, the internet went wild.
Canadian rookie Corey Conners maintained the lead at the Valspar Championship on Saturday, firing a three-under par round of 68 to stay ahead of a pack of three players.
While his driving accuracy was lacking at times on Saturday, Woods' short game was particularly sharp, as evidenced by a chip-in birdie from the rough from 30 feet at the par-four ninth that tied him for the lead. Rose shot 5-under 66 with an eagle hole-out from 120 yards at the par-5 11 hole to get into Sunday's final pairing with Conners at 2 p.m. ET.
Three birdies and one bogey in the final 10 holes saw him keep his slender lead as he searches for a maiden PGA Tour title. The second round at Innisbrook was all about control of his shots that rarely put him out of position off the tee and especially on the green, where he could attack putts from below the hole.
Tiger Woods has found some fine form in the PGA Tour event in Florida.
"It's just him to a tee", Snedeker said. It seemed like the entire golf world was following Woods, who was playing in the group in front of Conners.
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"You can't ignore it", he said.
"I felt pretty relaxed out there", Conners said.
It remains to be seen whether Woods, whose last victory came in 2013 at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational, can get over the winning line on this occasion, but it should certainly be fun finding out. "I know it's packed up there, but at least I got a shot". "Every putt I had I thought it was going to go in". "Or am I going to be like this?" Kind of what I work for and everybody works for out here.
In today's final round he will once again be paired with Brandt Snedeker in the next to last group.
Since then, Woods has played 16 rounds of competitive golf, including four in the Bahamas at the unofficial World Golf Challenge. "I think two or three times on the golf course our paths crossed, there's a lot more fuss going on the periphery".
The crowd around nine went nuts, Tiger calmly pumped his fist and moved onto 10 with a share of the lead.
Woods expects a tough battle for victory on Sunday, when he can once again expect to be followed by huge crowds.