KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia -- It wasn't necessarily pretty at times, but Tiger Woods managed to keep himself in contention on Friday with a 4-under 67 that left him five shots behind 36-hole leader Robert Garrigus at the CIMB Classic.

But he'll need to make a bigger move on Saturday if he hopes to have a chance at winning his first international title of the season.

We'll take you shot-by-shot through Tiger's third round, so stay tuned all night as he attempts to cut into the five-shot deficit.

Read the whole story at Golfweek