It's been a fairly positive comeback so far for the former World No 1
Tiger Woods is on 8-under after his third round at the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas.
Golf's former World No 1 is continuing his comeback after an absence of 16 months and posted a solid 70 to finish 2-under for the day and 8-under overall.
It was not quite as spectacular as the bogey free 65 he managed in Friday's second round but was a satisfying showing for the 14-time major winner.
Five birdies and a bogey gave the American an excellent start on the front nine but a double bogey on the last saw him slip back when he could have gone into Sunday's final round on 10-under if he had achieved par on the hole.
Japan's Hideki Matsuyama continues to lead the way on 19-under.
That's seven clear of Dustin Johnson.
Sweden's Henrik Stenson is the highest placed European on the leaderboard on the same score as the US golfer after a strong 66 also put him on 12-under overall.