PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. (AP) -- Instead of making a move, Tiger Woods was stuck in neutral Saturday at the Honda Classic.
Woods never found a tee shot plugged into the bank below the 17th green and made double bogey.
After saving par from a foul ball into the grandstands, he signed for an even-par 70 and was toward the bottom of the pack.
Woods he lost momentum on the 10th hole when he had mud on his ball and his shot went into a bunker, leading to bogey.
He only had a few reasonable birdie chances after that and failed to break par for the third straight round at PGA National.
It also was bad news for Golf Channel. Barring a weather delay, Woods will finish both weekend rounds before TV coverage comes on.
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