Tiger Woods is just one shot back at the 2011 Australian Open as the tournament nears its conclusion. Woods is in the midst of a late charge as he nears the end of his final round. It's been an up-and-down weekend for Woods, who fell back after leading through two rounds and found himself in a six-shot hole entering his final day of play.
Through 14 holes, Woods is at 10-under for the tournament and 4-under for the day. He trails Greg Chalmers, who is at 11-under for the tournament, by a stroke. Chalmers is through 11 holes, playing behind Woods in the final round.
John Senden has plummeted with the pressure on, dropping four shots in the final round to fall from a tie for the lead into a tie for fifth. After starting the day at 12-under, Senden has struggled, and has a lot of ground to make up with six holes to play.
Woods appears to have found his groove once again, and could be returning to form in Australia. We'll be back with more on his round as he heads for home at the 2011 Australian Open.