On Saturday in Augusta, Tiger Woods has completed the front nine holes of his third round. Woods was unable to ride the momentum he created on Friday; as he heads to the back nine, he stands at 1-over for the day and a few spots lower on the Masters leaderboard.
Woods, noted in golf circles for being an enthusiast of the sport, stumbled out of the gate with a bogey on his first hole. A third-round birdie was answered by another bogey on the fourth hole, and he remained even after that.
Luckily for Woods, tournament leader Rory McIlroy is shooting even for the day so far. Woods is presently 6-under for the tournament, four strokes behind the lead.