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The Tour Report

September 3 2012

7:47 PM

Update: Tiger makes turn in 32

Watch: Tiger birdies No. 6

In the final round of the 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship, Tiger Woods hits his 137-yard approach shot on the par-4 6th hole to ten feet then sinks the putt for birdie.

NORTON, Mass. – Having started the day six strokes off the lead, Tiger Woods has shaved away half that deficit.

Woods shot a 4-under 32 on his first nine holes Monday and is now at 17 under. That’s three strokes behind current leader Rory Mcilroy.

Woods opened with three pars but has birdied four of his last six holes. His iron play has been terrific, with approach shots leaving him makeable birdie putts. In fact, none of his birdie putts has been longer than 11 feet.

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