DUBLIN, Ohio -- Tiger Woods will have some work to do on Sunday at Memorial, sitting four shots back of leader Spencer Levin and fighting a nasty case of the flu in the process.
After running out into the lead on the front nine Saturday, Tiger limped home with four bogeys on the back nine and had to settle for a 1-over 73 that left him in a Sunday pairing with Rickie Fowler.
Stay tuned all afternoon as we take you shot-by-shot through Tiger's round, as well as keep you updated on what the rest of the field is doing to try and catch the leaders.
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