Round 3 at AT&T National

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Tiger Woods made two birdies and one bogey to shoot a one-under 69, but Woods said it could have been better. "The way I hit the golf ball today, and the putts I hit, it could have been a low one today," he said.
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Woods missed several short putts during the third round. "I made a few par putts here and there, which was nice, to keep the momentum going," Woods said. "But I hit so many good putts that looked like they were going to go in, but just didn't fall."
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Stuart Appleby built a two-shot lead with a two-under 68. He's seven shots ahead of Woods. "I'm not worried at all about Tiger," Appleby said. "He doesn't care a hoot about what I'm doing."
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After a shaky start, K.J. Choi made birdies on 15, 16 and 17 to shoot even par. "Putting was really difficult today," Choi said. "It was very hard to grasp the speed of the greens."
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Steve Stricker stuck his approach shot to one foot on 18 to finish at six under. "I kept giving myself a lot of opportunities and finally was able to sneak one in there on 18," Stricker said.
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Mike Weir made an eagle on 16 to shoot a three-under 67. "Of the seven tournaments I've won on Tour, I think six of them have been from behind," Weir said. "I've done it with that strategy, just playing my game and hopefully going out there and playing a good, solid round and see what happens."
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Vijay Singh dropped out of contention with a three-over 73.