Tiger Woods leads 2007 Target World Challenge after three rounds

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Target World Challenge: Round 3 In the second round of the Target World Challenge, Tiger Woods, the event's host, shot a course-record 62 at Sherwood Country Club. On Saturday, the field had the unenviable job of trying to reel in the game's best player. Woods didn't give his opponents any help, shooting the second-lowest score of the day. His 67 included seven birdies and two bogeys and extended his lead to six shots.
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Jim Furyk played alongside Woods and shot 69. He remains alone in second place.
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Zach Johnson's solid all-around game helped him card a bogey-free 69 Saturday. He is in third place going into Sunday's play.
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Padraig Harrington watched his chances to catch Woods evaporate on the 202-yard, par-3 3rd hole. The Irishman made a quadrouple-bogey seven en route to a 75 for the day.
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Vijay Singh finished strong, going birdie-birdie on 17 and 18 to shoot 69 Saturday. The three-time major winner is tied for fifth place.
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Steve Stricker's bogey-free 68 put him in a tie with Singh for fifth place after three rounds.
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Paul Casey turned in a workman-like 72, which included three birdies and three bogeys.