Tiger Woods' 3-under 68 on Saturday morning looked better on paper than it did in person.
While Woods didn't drop a shot, he also let a number of quality birdie chances slip away as he struggled with his putting.
That said, here are the three times he managed to convert for birdie.
After five straight pars to open, Woods drew his first circle of the day with this putt from 11 feet at the par-3 sixth.
Right in the heart.— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) August 25, 2018
Tiger cards his first birdie of the day. pic.twitter.com/s79Gjh2tw3
With pars on 12 of his first 13 holes, Tiger picked up his second birdie of the round when he jarred a 16-footer at the 14th.
Tiger finally gets another birdie to drop.— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) August 25, 2018
He's -2 on the day. pic.twitter.com/ocNagttsf2
And finally, he capped off his early Saturday morning round with a flagged iron and this 6-footer for birdie and a 3-under-par 68.