Tiger Woods has begun his final round at Congressional and still holds a share of the lead over the field as he sits atop the leaderboard with Bo Van Pelt with a score of minus seven through six holes. Woods is minus one on the day and has yet to bogey a hole.
He is facing a field full of competitors that are charging toward the top of the leaderboard, led by Adam Scott, who has exploded on Sunday to minus six. He began the day just one under par but is minus five on Sunday. Brandon de Jong is also just a stroke behind Woods and has been remaining steady at minus six all afternoon.
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