Tiger Woods teased the golf world by leading the Australian Open after two rounds. It all came crashing down on Saturday in Sydney, as he shot a 3-over 75 and allowed John Senden, Jason Day and four others to move past him on the leaderboard.
Tiger will have to go plenty low and hope for some help if he hopes to win for the first time in two years. He trails Senden by six strokes and is five back of local favorite Day.
Follow Tiger's progress during his final round, and get updates from the leaderboard as a sensational field wraps up action at Lake Wales Golf Course.