Tiger Woods’ Round 3 highlights from Quicken Loans 2018

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In the third round of the 2018 Quicken Loans National, Tiger Woods put on a show with his birdie performance with his five birdies on the front nine.

The Quicken Loans National returns to TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm. In 2017, Kyle Stanley climbed the leaderboard to get into a playoff with Charles Howell III and emerged the victor on the first extra hole to earn his second career PGA TOUR win.

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  1. So, #PGATour where are the extended highlights for any of the other 8 players ahead of Tiger Woods on the leaderboard? At least you felt obliged to show highlights for ONE of the players at the top of the leaderboard as well…bad luck Molinari. I've said it before, you can STILL have the extended Tiger highlights, but just don't SACRIFICE highlights of other players who are actually contending for ones of Tiger.

    Oh, I forgot…Tiger IS golf. Apparently…

  2. Again more good golf and promising glimpses but same old story like all season. Starts poorly on first round and playing catch up from the off then has goodfront 9s rest of event but poor back 9s halt progress. Too many poor shots still in his game which he cant seem to eradicate and dont think he will as nerves maybe getting better of him. Cant see him winning this season as time running out.

  3. Tiger is almost there, when he begins to put everything together , he will win again. So far his past few tournaments are all encouraging. He's lurking and it's just a matter of time before he's holding a tournament trophy again.

  4. Improvements being made week after week his putting looked better this week 👍👍👍

  5. His days are over! What a joke. Focus on players that matter, not this adulterous has been!

  6. Tiger tends to shoot himself out of the tournament on day one. He mixes in a lot of up and down rounds, not a lot of clean rounds yet. Thus, he puts too much pressure on himself to come from behind. Here would be a recipe for a Tiger win: 1) shoot a solid round on the red on day one 2) clean up his rounds with eliminating a lot of bogeys 3) make more putts inside of 10ft 4) get back to being a front runner

  7. How come there's still so many tournaments that dont provide ball speed and tee shot distance?

  8. He's probably leaving 3-5 shots out there a round. He's cuts that in half he'll start winning again

  9. I noticed that he lost at lil bit of mass in his shoulders and arms ; its a good thing lighter équals faster. But my concern is… will this affect his fists pumps ? Go Tiiiigeeeer