ORLANDO, Fla. -- Tiger Woods has feasted on the par 5s at Bay Hill through the years.
Monday was no different with Woods birdieing the par-5 fourth for the third time this week.
Woods hit an indifferent chip shot to 12 feet after coming up just short of the green with his second shot on the 565-yard, but his putting has been superb again this week and he made the putt.
As a result, Woods is back to a three-shot lead after Keegan Bradley had briefly pulled within two after a birdie of his own on the hole.
Woods has now played his last 22 holes here at Bay Hill in 8 under with seven birdies, an eagle and one bogey.
Four others, including Rickie Fowler, are currently four shots back of Woods.