After an even-par 72 on Saturday Woods heads into the final round at +4, a full 18 strokes behind leader Patrick Reed. The Masters is just the fifth tournament of the year for Woods after recovering from back surgery.
“To gradually kind of build my way back into it, I’ve had some success in this come back and I’m getting there,” Woods told reporters on Saturday. “I wish this week would have been a little bit better, hopefully tomorrow I can shoot something, get me to even par or even in the red, I think that will be a good goal tomorrow and hopefully I can get it done.”
Woods, in 40th place, tees off at 11:10 a.m. ET, and is paired with Rafael Cabrera Bello.
The fourth and final round will be televised by CBS starting at 2 p.m. ET on Sunday, meaning you can probably catch the back nine for Woods.
Sunday Masters television coverage
Time: 2-7 p.m. ET