Tiger’s Day 3: Photos, Stats, Quotes, Video


Tiger Woods made four birdies Saturday, including three on the par 5s, en route to a 2-under 70 to sit T39 at 3-under. While he’s eight shots off the lead of Alex Noren, expect the Torrey Pines’ galleries to once again swarm around the 14-time major champion on Sunday.

“They’re out here supporting, they came out to this tournament. Southern California’s always been near and dear to my heart, it’s where I grew up and so many of the people that I haven’t seen in a long time have come out this week, which is fantastic,” said Woods. “It’s great to have a hometown feel.”

Woods will tee off with Italian Francesco Molinari and Japan’s Hideki Matsuyama at 11:15 am (ET) from tee No. 10.


Tiger guts out a par on the 10th hole, a 416-yard par-4.

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  • 8 of 14 Fairways
  • 12 of 18 Greens
  • 22 Putts on 12 GIR (31 putts total)
  • 3 of 6 Scrambling
  • 310 yards Driving
  • 3 Birdies, 3 Bogeys, 12 Pars


  • 3 of 14 Fairways (11 of 28 total)
  • 9 of 18 Greens (21 of 36 total)
  • 24 Putts on 9 GIR (55 total)
  • 3 of 6 Scrambling
  • 285 yards Driving (297.5 avg)
  • 4 birdies, 1 bogeys, 1 double bogey, 12 pars


  • 3 of 14 Fairways (14 of 42 total)
  • 9 of 18 Greens (30 of 54 total)
  • 26 Putts on 9 GIR (81 total)
  • 7 of 9 Scrambling (13 of 21 total)
  • 309 yards Driving (301.2 avg)
  • 4 birdies, 2 bogeys, 12 pars



“I don’t know about coming together, but it was a struggle out there. I didn’t hit it worth a darn all day. I was really struggling out there trying to find anything that was resemblance of a golf swing.

But I was scoring, I was chipping, putting, I was grinding. I was trying to miss the ball on the correct sides because I know I didn’t have it, trying to give myself the correct angles and I did that most of the day. Then I had to rely on my touch, my feel, my putting and it’s been good all week.”
– Tiger Woods

Credits: PGA Tour Media, Getty Images


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