Tiger Woods had himself a career-best TPC Saturday

Tiger Woods finally delivers the round everyone wanted to see

Modal Trigger Tiger Woods fired off a 7-under 65 in the third round of The Players Championship on Saturday. Getty Images

Woods, a 79-times victor on the PGA Tour, was in control of all facets of his game and wielded a hot putter to record his lowest numerical score on the PGA Tour since 2015. "When that long putt on the 15 went in, I just started leaving", Simpson said. An incredible tee shot on the course's famed par-3 17th hole set up this short birdie putt late in his round.

However, he allowed too much break with his 15-footer for birdie and settled for a 65 - the same score posted by Spieth earlier - with both eight under for the tournament and seven shots behind halfway leader Webb Simpson, who was still over an hour and a half away from his tee time when Woods holed out at 18.

Simpson, 32, progressed to 19-under par and sits seven ahead of New Zealand's Danny Lee, with world number one Dustin Johnson back in third on 10-under. So when a putter as good as Tiger gives himself those chances, it's easy to see how he cruised into the final five holes of the day. "To be eight under through 12, realistically I could have got a couple more out of it and got to 10 for the day, but I will take it".

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"Today I felt more comfortable with my overall warm-up". That wasn't that bad a tee shot there at 14 and I ended up in a spot where I had to really, I didn't have much of a shot.

Woods has displayed patience, outwardly at least, in his quest to return to his best.

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"Eventually I was going to put all the pieces together", said Woods.

Caddie Joe LaCava was not surprised by the quality of his boss's iron game.

Fellow competitor Mackenzie Hughes was more bullish after playing with Woods for the first time. He birdied four of the first five holes, as well as at 7 and 9.

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