One bad hole -- really bad by his standards -- turned what could've been a comfortable lead through three rounds into a slim one for Tiger Woods at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Woods was leading by three strokes as he teed off on No. 15, despite a somewhat shaky day that had a much different feel than Friday. And then he hit his tee shot into someone's yard.
An impressive recovery left Woods with a moderate-length bogey putt, but his attempt missed the mark, leading to a double-bogey. Suddenly the three-shot lead was down to one, following the mess.
He did recover, however, birdying No. 16 to get to 11-under. Two pars on the last two holes kept Woods at 11-under, one shot clear of Graeme McDowell. The two will be paired together in the final group on Sunday as Woods tries to finally break through and win an event -- his last chance to do so before The Masters.
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