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Ladies beware, Tiger Woods is moving up the leaderboard at his AT&T National tournament!
Tiger sank this useful green-side chip at the par 5 6th hole, on his way to a 4 under 67 at Congressional Country Club Saturday. Woods is one stroke behind the leader, Brendon de Jonge, as they prepare for the final round of play. Due to some nasty storms Friday night, spectators were barred from the course on Saturday for safety precautions. Woods benefited greatly from the lack of fan distractions as he creeped back into contention.
Tiger Woods chipped this shot in like a boss, 1 shot back at Congressional was first posted on July 1, 2012 at 10:34 am.
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