By the numbers on Tiger's Rd. 3 at Wyndham


Tiger Woods lost his lead on Saturday, but he still has a good chance for his first win in more than two years. Here are some notable statistics, courtesy of the Golf Channel research department:

• 13 under; two shots back of Jason Gore entering final round

• T-2; best 54-hole position since 2013 Bridgestone (led, won)

• 5-for-6 on putts between 4-8 feet today (miss at 18th hole)

• Won six of 20 times when two shots back entering final round

• Won nine of 12 times when one back entering final round

• +0.78 strokes gained putting last two rounds (+2.80 Thursday)

• Ninth in field in approach shot proximity today (T-7 this week)

• Seeking 80th PGA Tour win (would move to two victories behind Sam Snead)

• Snead won his 80th PGA Tour event at Greensboro in 1960

• Seeking first worldwide win since 2013 WGC-Bridgestone

• Would be 750 days between victories with win Sunday

• Likely needs win to advance to FedEx Cup Playoffs

• Would be biggest jump (187th) in final week to make playoffs

• Can move as high as 104th in OWGR with win tomorrow

• Shot 68 or better in Rounds 1, 2 and 3

• First time to do that since 2013 WGC-Bridgestone (last win)

• Four of last five winners at Wyndham held at least a share of 54-hole lead

Camilo Villegas was four shots back entering final round in 2014

• 15 players at/within four shots of lead entering final round