Tiger Woods resumes play in the final round of ZOZO CHAMPIONSHIP today. He holds the lead with three shots and has seven holes to play. The Golf Channel will broadcast the remainder of Round 4 live at 6:30 pm ET.
With a win, Woods won't say No. 82 to tie him with Sam Sneid for the most PGA TOUR wins. Follow below for live updates from the last round.
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No. 12 (par. 4, 490 yards)
After a quiet warm-up, Tiger Woods stood on the pitch and looked ominous in black and red. First, he had to pay kindly and watch partner Gary Woodland play in the 1
Woods is still three shots ahead of Hideki Matsuyama, probably the only player to have a chance to play spoiler. His famous final round shirt is there under a black cardigan. Woodser warms up in a long-sleeved sweater to stay as warm as possible (you can never be too careful with your back folded.). Woods spoke yesterday about how difficult it would be to get into such a difficult hole.
"Starting the 12th hole is not easy. It's one of the toughest par 4s on the golf course, has 490 yards, "Woods said. "It's going to be cool tomorrow morning so the hole will play for a very long time so it's important for me to get off to a good start. Tomorrow is a solid pin on the upper right. I have to do my job. ”
It's finally time to rustle. Woods takes the driver to kick things and he runs to the left. After a bounce in the rough it goes back to the fairway. Nice rebound there to start playing. Perhaps the gods of golf are aware of this historical persecution. His second shot comes from 211 yards out and he hates it. It comes out hard and will fall out of the green and go into a bunker. The club slips under the fresh sand and until the ball is green, it grabs the ridge and backs away from the hole, leaving a long nose that has to climb the ridge. It delivers a clear shot, but it just runs out of pace and dives under the hole.
Note: Double lead over Hideki Matsuyama, which is 13 holes
No. 13 (par. 3, 141 yards)
From a difficult starting hole to a very moving short para-3, Woods seeks to rebound and calm the ship. He takes on a dead target with the 9th iron and is rewarded for his efforts. Looking 10 feet straight up the hill for a bird. A statement shot there for sure. Woods makes sure that he sees all the corners of this path. He makes sure he gets his full attention. Rear, but he did not give enough speed, and he died on the right, leaving him to put up with a slightly annoying nominal expression.
Note: Two-shot lead over Hideki Matsuyama, who is through 13 holes.
No. 14 (par. 5, 608 yards)
Driver time for this par 5. Woods pumps one down the middle and walks quickly after it, knowing that it is perfect. He will be pleased with this after missing out on the last green. He may not be pleased with the fact that Matsuyama is already on the surface, with a very brief look at the bird, to reduce the lead. The local star, however, pushed a little to the right and took the 3-way lip to meet the denomination. Woods looks to position his second shot in a good spot, but he bends to the right and finds the rough… and sits down.
This is not a problem though for this game legend and it cuts it on the green to leave a reasonable look for the bird. About 20 feet away, Woods sends the ball down the road and crashes. THAT. IN. Awesome bird. Leads from three and only four holes left.
Note: Triple lead over Hideki Matsuyama, which is 14 holes
No. 15 (par. 4, 425 yards)
Driver is here again for Woods and he's already pumped. He runs just a little to the right in the first cut, but he's already sticking out. The chest is out and rightly so. Only 102 yards remained for his second shot and that's a beauty. Another close look at the bird that comes to Woods, barely reacting to his efforts … acting as he did here before … which of course he did … many times.
Even Woods' most ardent fan could not have predicted this dominance after his recent form, and in fact this is the first tournament nine weeks since knee surgery. Remember, this is the same person who started the tournament on Thursday with three straight magicians! His birding experience here seems simple enough, but it breaks a little to the left and burns the edge. Woods can't believe it. There is another look at the reading after steam cleaning. It doesn't matter … even though Matsuyama just gets into a long birdie on the 16th.
Note: Double lead over Hideki Matsuyama, which is 16 holes.
No. 16 (par. 3, 183 yards)
After noticing that the Matsuyama bird is the hole in front of Woods, he knows that he has to hand over that knife 3. He pulls out the 7th iron and hits another beautiful shot of iron. It lands quietly like a butterfly with sore feet and again leaves Woods with a decent look at the bird. Another chance of about 20 feet and he is very careful with this fast speed. Still, it's too far left and won't come back from there. Touching a face value is enough to keep both shots with two to play.
Note: Double lead over Hideki Matsuyama, which is 16 holes
No, 17 (par. 4, 491 yards)
No. 18 (par. 5, 562 yards)