ATLANTA -- Tiger Woods turned it around Saturday at the Tour Championship by Coca-Cola after struggling Friday, but he will have a lot of work to do if he hopes to be the FedExCup champ for a third time.
Woods shot a third-round 3-under 67 at East Lake Golf Club after a 3-over 73 in the second round.
Woods was in the clubhouse at 4 under overall, tied for sixth.
He trailed the leaders, Jim Furyk and Justin Rose, who were at 8 under (through 12) and still on the course.
Brandt Snedeker, who was fifth in the FedExCup standings entering the week, was in the clubhouse at 8 under par after his third-round 64.
Woods entered the Tour Championship second in the FedExCup standings, behind Rory McIlroy, and was tied for first on the leaderboard on Thursday after an opening-round 4-under 66.
Woods, a three-time winner on the Tour this year, can secure his third FedExCup title with a victory Sunday. He has a chance to win the $10 million prize even without a victory, but he might need a bit of help.
Woods can finish as low as fifth and still win the FedExCup.
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