Listowel's Corey Conners Leads PGA Tournament

Listowel's Corey Conners Leads PGA Tournament

Listowel's Corey Conners Leads PGA Tournament

Golf's dominant figure for much of the past two decades, Woods was the centre of attention once again at Palm Harbor on Saturday, with huge crowds gathering to see if the former world number one could continue a hugely encouraging week. There will be talk of some great revival at Innisbrook Resort's Copperhead Course and there has been in a competitive sense.

He subsequently missed the cut at Riviera in Los Angeles but enjoyed his most promising result since 2015 when he finished 12th at the Honda Classic in Florida two weeks ago.

"It means I'm there with a chance to win on the weekend".

That was three ahead of Woods, Sam Burns and Brandt Snedeker, who were in a three-way tie for second.

Woods will play in the penultimate group on Sunday alongside Snedeker who also carded a 67 while Rose fired a five-under 66 - highlighted by an eagle at the 11th - to reach eight-under.

"I am excited. I feel good", Woods said.

"I've played with Tiger many times".

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Woods, who shot a 1-under 70 in Thursday's opening round to sit three strokes behind leader Corey Conners, birdied Nos. I've been here before.

The 26-year-old Canadian has come out of nowhere. Still Woods proved Saturday that the new one is capable of creating similar results. Then he made his major mistake of the day, hitting over the green at the 13th, leaving him with a almost impossible chip that he left in a bunker.

The very sight of Woods - neon pink shirt, gray trousers and cap, white shoes - was rare enough anymore to have been considered gawk-worthy on its own, his every move chronicled by hundreds of smartphone cameras. "We've been calling for one all year. I need to play a good, solid round, clean card again and we'll see what happens". Then he holed a chip shot from over the ninth green for a birdie that brought him into a tie and electrified the crowd.

It can be tough to deal with for tournament employees and fellow competitors.

"I keep getting a little bit better, here and there making little subtle tweaks and I've done that from tournament to tournament", the 14-times major champion told reporters.

Woods stuck his approach to 8 feet and the fans began chanting his name as he walked closer and closer to the green. Rose is looking for his second victory of the 2017-18 PGA Tour season, while Snedeker is looking for his first win in over two years (and a bid to the 2018 Masters, which he is now not qualified for).

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