But he got back in the win column this season at Torrey Pines, and looks to take 2018 to another level on Sunday at the Wells Fargo Championship, where he holds a two-stroke lead after shooting a second straight four-under 67 on Saturday at Quail Hollow.
Woods putted better today, though he still had some tough holes. All three birdie efforts came from within 8 feet.
He parred the first four holes, then played his next six holes in 7 under. "And it was good to be able to come to a golf course like this where I know it's very hard".
"And I got them all back", he said. It'll stacked going into tomorrow. "It's exciting and I'm definitely happy with how I handled myself, especially through the first eight holes, more so than I was of the back nine".
"Quail Hollow PGA is definitely a lot harder not only because it's a major, but because it's a different grass", said Day, who could move back into the top 10 in the World Ranking with a victory on Sunday.
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The final group of Day and Nick Watney go off at 1:35.
Peterson had never led after any round in 89 starts on the PGA Tour, and he didn't seem all that worked up over it.
Three birdies in the first five holes - he had another bogey on the 11th - on the way home gave him a little leeway and a bogey on the 17th meant he would have thought a par was required on the last, which he duly managed. There were a couple of balls that hit trees and came back into the fairway. "It's totally ironic", he said.
Attempting to explain why he feels the Masters is now a bigger event than the game's two oldest championships, he added: 'I've always felt there is just a different feeling there. For me, it's the most special tournament that we play.
Tiger Woods, who has struggled with his putting this week, delivered six birdies for a three-under 68 to go one-under 212, nine strokes off the lead. Fowler is 6 shots off the lead and McIlroy is 7 shots off the lead, but both are capable of going low and winning this tournament. "I just think that the different conditions where there was no wind and we had overcast, which just kept the course a little bit less firm".
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With the driver in his hands, Day said he feels more comfortable and is hitting it better than he was two years ago when he won the PGA Championship and reached No. 1 in the world.
Day was driving well as a 367-yard blast down the 15th - his longest drive of the year so far - set up his fifth birdie in seven holes, and he then survived "The Green Mile" intact with three closing pars. That's no way to finish after that back-nine.
"It depends on what the other guys do obviously". "I made the last putt".
Woods made his only birdie on his final hole Friday in the Wells Fargo Championship, an 18-foot putt on the par-4 ninth hole.
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