Tiger Woods is back on the course for the Tour Championship in Atlanta on Saturday afternoon. It is the final tournament for the FedEx Cup Playoffs and the last before next week's Ryder Cup.
Woods entered the day tied for the lead with Justin Rose. After five holes, Woods is all alone in the lead and now holds a commanding four-shot advantage.
Tiger opened the day with a birdie on No. 1 before a par on No. 2. He then sank three-straight birdie putts to move to four-under par for the day and 11-under par for the tournament.
Woods opened the tournament with a five-under 65 before posting a two-under 68 on Friday afternoon. A double-bogey late in his second round threatened to derail his round, but Woods battled back with two birdies before the end of the round.
Woods sits four shots ahead of Justin Rose and Rory McIlroy. Can Tiger keep the hot streak going?