Tiger Woods extended his lead to four in the third round of the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship with a 5-under-par 33-34=67, pushing him to 18-under 198.
Woods began his round looking like an assassin, picking off birdies with ease on each of the first three holes. A loose approach to the par-4 fifth led to his first bogey, but he would rebound soon enough to add birdies at the par-5 eighth, par-5 10th and par-3 15th. His only other blemish came at the par-4 17th, when his tee shot didn't come out of a tree from the right of the fairway. Luckily for him, they were able to see and identify the ball, allowing him an unplayable lie at the spot of the tree rather than a trip back to the tee box. After adding a birdie dagger from 16'4" on the 18th hole, he will try and slam the door on his first win at Doral since 2007 in Sunday's final round.