ORLANDO, Fla. -- Rickie Fowler drained a 37-foot birdie putt on the par-5 12th, which pulled him to within two of leader Tiger Woods.
As Fowler reached down to pull his ball out of the cup, he glanced in the direction of Woods.
Any elation Fowler was feeling was short-lived, however. Woods poured in a 27-foot birdie of his own, raising his putter skyward as the ball fell in.
It was the fourth birdie of the day for Woods, who continues to lead by three a the moment over Fowler, and four over Justin Rose.
Woods is now 13 under on the par 5s this week with eight birdies, three eagles and just one bogey.