ATLANTA -- Tiger Woods bounced back from what was his first over-par round at East Lake since 2004 with a solid 67 on Saturday.
Woods' round included four birdies and a single bogey and left him four off the pace being set by Jim Furyk, who still has five holes to play. He hit just six fairways, his lowest total of the week, but managed 13 greens in regulation and used 29 putts.
Woods came into the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola ranked second in the FedExCup. He had dropped to fourth when he finished 54 holes at 4 under but Woods is still assured of winning the FedExCup with a win at the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola on Sunday.
There are several other permutations that would also see him take home the $10 million bonus -- depending on how the dominoes fall.