Tiger right in Florida hunt
Tiger Woods says Sunday should be fun in the final round of the Valspar Championship in Florida as he finds himself just a shot off the lead.
The former world number one produced a four-under-par 67 in his third round and is now just a shot behind Canadian leader Corey Conners, who carded a three-under 68.
With England's Justin Rose and fellow American Brandt Snedeker tied for second with Woods, the 14-time major winner is looking forward to the final round on Sunday.
"I've played myself right into contention, so it should be a fun Sunday," said Woods.
Woods started Saturday’s play tied for second, two adrift of Conners, and the 42-year-old managed to card three birdies on the front nine to go out in 33.
The California star stalled after a bogey four at the par-three 13th but he did manage to respond with a birdie at the next and closed out his round with pars on the last four holes.
Woods, who is chasing an 80th US PGA Tour title, is 12/1 to win the tournament in Florida on Sunday.
Meanwhile Englishman Rose is available at 18/1 to lift the trophy.
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