SHEBOYGAN, Wisconsin (AP) â€” Tiger Woods is making a move at the PGA Championship â€” just not in the direction he wants.
After pulling within five strokes of leader Matt Kuchar when the second round resumed on Saturday, Woods blew birdie chances on each of his first three holes in the third round and then bogeyed his next two. He's at 1 under, seven strokes behind Kuchar and Nick Watney, who birdied No. 1 to grab a share of the lead.
Rory McIlroy birdied two of his first three holes to get to 7 under, and Simon Dyson ran off three straight birdies on his way to 6 under.