Tiger Woods is in contention to win his 15th major championship.
22 years ago Saturday he won his first major at the Masters at the age of 21 in 1997.
Now over two decades later, and 11 years removed from his last major championship, Tiger is now firmly staring major championship number 15 in the face.
During the first three days of the tournament Tiger relied on his long putting game to get him in position for Moving Day on Saturday.
Saturday he made every putt within 10 feet and controlled his distance with his irons to earn a shot at another major title.
On Saturday Tiger used quality shot making, great iron play, and amazing short putting to finish with a round of 5-under 67, his lowest round at the Masters since 2011.
Tiger finished his day at 11-under par, and now finds himself with his best chance to win a major championship since the 2018 PGA Championship.
Woods will need a strong putting day and good iron play to ensure he can hold off a very tough field.
Several major championship winners are in position to take the Masters title on Sunday including Francesco Molinari, Dustin Johnson, Adam Scott, Brooks Koepka and more.
We know when Tiger gets in position at a major he usually closes the door, and with his strong day on Saturday he looks to do just that on Sunday.
There’s nothing like a major championship Sunday with Tiger Woods in position to win.
He will be in the final group with Tony Finau and Francesco Molinari, and sits two shots behind Molinari.
Sunday at The Masters should be spectacular with Tiger ready to give us another glimpse of potential major championship history.
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