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The Tour Report

December 4 2011

4:35 PM

Woods trying to hold on down stretch

THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. -- Tiger Woods is six holes away from his first win in two years -- if he can hold onto the one-shot lead he has over Zach Johnson.

Woods briefly had a two-shot advantage after back-to-back birdies on Nos. 10 and 11. but he gave one back with a bogey on No. 12. Woods has not played the last six holes at Sherwood particularly great this week with four bogeys, one double bogey and two birdies.

Johnson, meanwhile, is 1 over on the day, though he’s parred each of his last four holes.

Paul Casey is 3 under on his round and within three of the lead but he has just two holes left.