Tiger Tracker Postscript: Worst Weekend For Tiger Woods at Firestone Since 2010

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A good par save at the mammoth par-four ninth saw him make the turn two under for the day, only for a poor wedge shot over the 10th green to leave him with an nearly impossible shot, leading to a bogey. He would make just one par on the back nine to go along with three birdies, three bogeys and two double-bogeys for a four-over 40.

Woods was asked after his round if he felt healthy, as many viewers had spent the day on social media speculating whether Tiger may have been playing with a stiff back.

Tiger Woods returned to Firestone and had his lowest opening round of the year at the Bridgestone Invitational. And then I had some putts where, you know, I had some good looks at it to turn it around, build some momentum, I didn't make anything. All I can do is play my best golf and have a good attitude out there, and if it works out, great.

"Singing in my head makes me come down more, not get too nervous, " Pornanong said.

No one could catch them, mainly because there was just enough breeze to cause just enough doubt.

Jason Day dug deep into his bag of tricks with an incredible hole-out in the third round of the PGA event in OH setting him up for a final round title charge. "You've got days like that where it's going well, and you've just got to make the majority". The difference is I made everything the first day. He was in position to make birdies, especially that 380-yard drive he launched at the 482-yard eighth hole that left him only a sand wedge in.

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After shooting three-over par in Round 3, Tiger Woods says he was fighting "everything" and that he didn't warm up well or hit the ball crisply.

Leishman is a shot back of countryman Day, with a 67 putting him in a share of fifth at nine under and well in contention.

As recently as last September he wasn't sure if he'd return to competitive golf, but his comeback has steadily gained steam to see him rose from outside the top 500 in the world rankings at the start of the year to 50th.

The only regret for Thomas was a mistake that didn't cost him as much as it could have. He took 29 putts, making four bogeys and a birdie. "The last few holes you're just hitting and hoping the wind stays consistent and you don't catch any insane gusts". That's what's most important. "To me, that's not as frustrating as what I was doing yesterday - just hitting bad putts".

For the second day in a row, Woods had to battle both the course and himself to get the most out of each round as he could muster.

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