Tiger Woods' chances at winning the 2012 British Open plummeted with his triple bogey on the sixth hole. But if he can harness more of the old magic, like he did on his chip-in birdie on the seventh, he might yet make a run.
Woods laid up on the par 5 seventh, then flew his approach shot over the green to a fringe area. He made up for it with a brilliant chip that stayed low and dribbled in, both getting a stroke back after misplaying the hole prior lost him three and preventing himself from having to putt, which has been somewhat problematic this week.
Woods' birdie puts him right where he was at the beginning of Sunday's final round: five shots back of leader Adam Scott.
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