Woods moves within three points of lead in WGC-Cadillac Championship

Tiger WoodsLondon, Mar 9 - World number one Tiger Woods has moved within three points off the lead after the penultimate round of the WGC-Cadillac Championship on Saturday by carding eight birdies in a 66. The 14-time Major winner, seven times a winner of this event and the current defending champion, produced the best round of the week to reach one under and a share of fourth at Doral with some impressive putts, including a
35-foot effort at the 16th, and made four birdies on each nine.

According to the BBC, the American withdrew in the final round of last week's Honda Classic because of a back injury and he said that although the problem is a little better but it gets progressively sore as the day goes on.

Fellow American Patrick Reed, the joint overnight leader, had an eagle in his 69 to lead by two shots at four under, while Rory McIlroy is seven adrift after a 75 and Graeme McDowell (73) five back, and the report added that Welshman Jamie Donaldson is one under.

After Friday's gusting breezes caused mayhem, conditions were much calmer in the Florida sunshine for day three at the re-modelled Trump National course, nicknamed the Blue Monster, the report added. (ANI)

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