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The Tour Report

December 4 2011

3:05 PM

Woods, Johnson continue to battle

THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. -- We’re one-third of the way through the final round of the Chevron World Challenge and Tiger Woods and Zach Johnson are tied for lead after Johnson birdied the par-5 fifth to get back to 8 under after two straight bogeys had dropped him briefly out of the lead.

Woods, meanwhile, hasn’t been able to get much going, other than a birdie on the par-5 second.

The tournament has mostly turned into a two-player race between those two with Matt Kuchar three shots back and K.J. Choi four off the lead.

Looking ahead to the back nine, Woods hasn’t been great here this week. He’s played the last nine holes at Sherwood in a combined 2 under with only one of those nines under par. Johnson, on the other hand, is a combined 5 under with two of his three final nines played under par.