Tiger Woods is still right in the thick of things after three rounds at the Chevron World Challenge, but a tough round on Saturday has him in second-place. Woods held a three-shot advantage heading into the third round, thanks to a solid first round and a strong second round. But Woods struggled on Saturday, finishing his round over par and falling back one spot on the leaderboard.
Zach Johnson carded a 4-under 68 on Saturday to vault into the lead, lowering his score to 8-under for the tournament. Woods was 1-over for the day and is one shot back of Johnson at 7-under for the tournament. K.J. Choi has yet to card a round under par since taking the lead into the clubhouse after the first round, but is three shots back at 5-under for the tournament. Three other players are bunched up at 3-under par.