Tiger Woods had the biggest gallery at the third round of the Farmers Insurance Open, but didn’t make much noise.
Woods birdied three of his last five holes to salvage a 71, leaving him 13 shots behind and in search of moral victories in his 2019 debut. He was at 5-under 211.
“Well, you know, just something positive, you know, I think that, if I can get to double digits it would be nice and just a nice way to end the week. I got to play a little better then I have,” Wood said.
“And if I could drive like I did today and hit my irons a little bit better than give myself plenty of looks, it’s frustrating because I’m hitting a lot of good putts, they’re just not going in.”
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