Tiger Woods leads Tour Championship by 3 after third-round 65

Tiger Woods leads Tour Championship by 3 after third-round 65

Tiger Woods edged closer to snapping a five-year winless drought as the 14-time major victor maintained a share of the lead on Friday at the halfway stage of the Tour Championship.

The 42-year-old bounced back to birdie the par-five 18th and join Rose at the top of the leaderboard, with Rory McIlroy two shots off the lead on five under and Jon Rahm, Justin Thomas, Patrick Cantlay and Billy Horschel a shot further back.

Woods, a 14-times major champion who has not won this year in an otherwise impressive comeback following spinal fusion surgery in 2017, delighted his overflowing gallery when he ran in consecutive birdies at the 14th and 15th holes.

Tiger Woods reacts on the seventh hole during the second round of the Tour Championship golf tournament at East Lake Golf Club. He went out in 30, but not before ripping off five straight birdies over one stretch and six on his first seven holes.

He went from the deep rough left of the 16th fairway to a plugged lie in a bunker that left him no choice but to play away from the green, and he missed a 12-foot putt to take double bogey.

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"I think the season itself has been awesome", he said. He birdied three of his last six holes to offset a bogey for a 67.

'I'll probably be one or two behind and it was nice to play the last four holes in two under par'.

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"There's some guys that can't say they've accomplished that, have got into the Tour Championship, but to have come back from where I've come back from and to get here has been a pretty tall order and something I'm proud of". Bryson DeChambeau, the No. 1 seed, shot 75 and was 13 shots behind.

Tony Finau chips to the first green during the second round of the Tour Championship golf tournament, Friday, Sept. 21, 2018, in Atlanta.

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