Well, at least Tiger Woods is getting some of his old game back now. Woods took a jump in the leaderboard, but would struggle and fall towards the end of the day in round three of the Frys.com Open.

Woods would end up shooting a three-under 68.

He had some troubles on the par-three's, going into the bunker on the third hole and messing up on the seventh.

Woods is now tired for 38th and is nine strokes back from the leader, Briny Baird. Baird has a two-stroke lead over Ernie Els and Paul Casey.

Woods had a good chance on his last two holes to birdie, but missed out. 

"I was really close to putting it together," Woods said. "It's getting better. It's getting better. I'm improving day by day, which is good. Obviously tomorrow I need to improve a lot and make the putts and post a really low one tomorrow."

He played like Friday's 68, but he is going to need a big showing for the next round to make a statement.

"I would like to just keep building on it," he said. " I'm definitely doing that. As I said, I was very close to really putting it together on the front nine and birdie 17 and 18 and all of a sudden, I'm 5 under. I wasn't that far away from really turning it to the back nine and taking it deep."

Best of luck to Woods.

Even though he may not win this one, I'm glad to see that he is now improving.

Really want to see him get a win again.


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