Barring a huge meltdown, Tiger Woods is in line to capture his 76th career PGA Tour victory Sunday, leading by four strokes heading into the final round of the WGC Cadillac Championship at Doral.
If successful, it will be Woods first WGC title since 2009.
Woods began Saturday with three consecutive birdies, and his short game has returned, with a career-best 74 putts through three rounds.
Graeme McDowell kept himself within striking distance after chipping in for eagle in the 17th, while Woods lodged his ball in a palm tree off the fairway on the same hole. McDowell is now at 14-under, and he and Woods will tee-off Sunday at 2:40 p.m. Eastern.
Steve Stricker and Phil Mickelson are both tied at 13-under, with each shooting 3-under par on Saturday. Mickelson followed up a second hole birdie with a double-bogey on the third, but shook that early mistake off with four more birdies in the round.
Stricker's bogeys on the seventh and 15th hole were his only mishaps in the third round. The Wisconsin native is in line to make his third top 10 finish of the season.
Mickelson and Stricker will began their final round at 2:30 p.m.
Rory McIlroy continued to struggle, with a double-bogey on the fourth, and three more bogeys on the day. Still, the 23-year-old fired off five birdies on the back nine, and is tied for 30th place with Lee Westwood. The pair will tee-off at 12:20 p.m.
The final round will be televised by the Golf Channel, and you can watch their live online stream here, by submitting your cable provider info.
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