Follow Tiger Woods’ Dell Technologies Sunday round shot-by-shot
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After struggling in his first round on Friday, Tiger Woods found his form on Saturday.
The 14-time major champion shot a 5-under 66 yesterday at the Dell Technologies Championship, the second event in golf’s FedExCup Playoffs. He’s now at 4-under for the tournament, entering the third round seven shots behind leader Webb Simpson.
Bryson DeChambeau entered the week atop the FedExCup standings, followed by Dustin Johnson, Justin Thomas, Tony Finau and Brooks Koepka. Tiger is currently 25th.
In what could be a potential Ryder Cup pairing, Tiger tees off at 11:35 a.m. ET, alongside his good friend DeChambeau. Follow his third round shot-by-shot.
Hole 2 – Par 5
Tiger pulls driver here and this one is way left. This par 5 is reachable in two, but not from there. Tiger lays up from here and he’s back in the fairway.
Hole 1 – Par 4
And we’re off. Iron off the tee here on No. 1 for Tiger and this one finds the left rough. His second shot had a rough angle at the green, with the pin in the front left of the gree and guarded by a massive bunker. He plays this one towards the front of the green, but doesn’t quite carry enough. He’s on the fringe/fairway cut, but it’s not too far from the hole. Should be par at the worst. From 14 yards away he goes with putter here but this one takes off and gets away from him. With five feet left for par, Tiger rolls it in. Even thru 1 (4-under for the tournament).