Alright Tiger Woods, just stop it.
A day after shooting a salty little 61 to take a seven-shot lead into the weekend at the Bridgestone Invitational, Woods was back at it on Saturday.
Two birdies to start his round meant that Woods played a 20 hole stretch 11-under, but it wasn't as easy to keep it going, stumbling a bit with a bogey on No. 9 and found himself in the deep stuff on No. 13.
No worries, as Tiger plopped it out of the cabbage, landed it on the downslope and watched as it rolled in the hole. His expression with the simple fist-pump was perfect, and he moved back to 16-under and comfortably ahead of all the other best golfers in the world.
Tiger ended up posting a third round 68, keeping the seven-shot lead and rolling towards his fifth PGA Tour win of 2013.
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