Round 3 of the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship

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Woods was pushed to the limit again in the third round, but he closed out Aaron Baddeley in 20 holes.
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Defending champion Henrik Stenson made a birdie on 17 to close out Jonathan Byrd, 1 up.
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Stewart Cink made birdies on 13, 15 and 16 to beat Colin Montgomerie, 4 and 2.
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Stuart Appleby fell behind Justin Leonard on No. 4, and Leonard won the match with a par on 16.
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Boo Weekley was 1 up after two holes against Woody Austin, but he quickly fell behind when Austin made birdies on 5, 7, and 9. Austin won 3 and 2.
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Vijay Singh rallied from 2-down with two holes to play, then beat Rod Pampling on the 25th hole.
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Woods handed Bruce Hartman, right, his golf glove after Hartman was hit in the head by Tiger's ball at the 13th fairway.
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Woods and Baddeley combined to make 22 birdies in 20 holes.
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K.J. Choi birdied 18 to beat Paul Casey, 2 up. Next up for Choi? Tiger Woods.
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Baddeley had several chances to beat Woods, but each putt narrowly missed the hole.
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U.S. Open champ Angel Cabrera continued his good play, beating Steve Stricker, 4 and 3.