AKRON, Ohio -- Seven holes into his final round at the World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational Tiger Woods is still looking for his first birdie.
As he plays the eighth hole, though, Woods' lead remains seven strokes over Keegan Bradley and Luke Donald. Bradley has just made the turn in 32 after making birdies on three of his last four holes while Donald birdie Nos. 2 and 3 to get to 8 under for the tournament.
Woods has hit six of those greens in regulation and two-putted from 6, 20, 25, 16 and 17 feet. Woods also got up and down from the greenside bunker at the first hole for another par.
Henrik Stenson, who started the final round alone in second, bogeyed No. 3 and dropped back to 7 under, tied with Jason Dufner. Dufner birdied his first hole but gave that back with a bogey at No. 4.