Woods moves into contention
Tiger Woods strung three birdies together early in his final round to threaten Spencer Levin's lead of the Memorial Tournament.
With overnight leader Levin one under par for his first seven holes to reach nine under for the tournament, Woods burst from the chasing pack.
The former world number one birdied the second hole after a fine approach to eight feet but it was the fifth where his round sparked into life.
With two par-fives in the space of three holes, Woods took full advantage by birdying both as well as the intervening sixth.
However, he gave one shot back at the eighth after a 40-foot putt broke too far.
That left Levin, who opened with an 11-foot putt for birdie and was solid thereafter, with a two-stroke advantage over Woods and Rory Sabbatini, whose birdie at the third was immediately cancelled out by a dropped shot at the next.
There was then a three-shot gap to Jonathan Byrd and Andres Romero in joint fourth, after Rickie Fowler's anticipated challenge crumbled on a spectacular front nine.
The young American wore his trademark all-orange but would have wanted to disappear from view after squandering an opening birdie by dropping four shots over the next three holes.
He birdied the fifth but two more bogeys followed as he recorded only one par in his first eight holes.
England's Greg Owen was in the clubhouse at two under after a five-under-par 67, the best completed round of the day so far along with American JB Holmes.