Bryson DeChambeau happy to play with 'childhood idol' Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods admitted that he didn’t get much out of his third round at TPC Boston

Tiger Woods admitted that he didn’t get much out of his third round at TPC Boston

The crowd at TPC Boston seemed a little confused when a Tiger Woods lookalike was behind the rope during the final round of the Dell Technologies Championship.

Abraham Ancer upstaged the game's big names to take a one-shot lead over Bryson DeChambeau and Tyrrell Hatton after the third round at the Dell Technologies Championship in MA on Sunday. "That's how I knew it wasn't him". And to be indirectly ready to play with him underneath event stipulations, it became varied.

On the 542-yard par-5 second, Woods had a birdie after hitting the green in 2 and two putting. The longest one he made became a ten-footer to put par on the 14th.

DeChambeau, who won the first FedEx event by four shots, had a minor stumble when he missed a five-foot par putt on the 13th and his lead was cut to one when Australian Cameron Smith birdied the 15th and 16th.

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"I've got some work to do still", Woods said. Ancer would be an unlikely first-time PGA Tour victor, which means we'll likely get a comeback from a big name starting from behind in the final round of the second playoff event.

After his round in Boston, Woods was reminded over a tweet he posted past year, where the 14-time major champion was chipping for the first time since his surgery.

Woods, who is trying to make the Tour Championship in the FedEx Cup playoffs, and hoping to earn a captain's pick from Jim Furyk for the 2018 Ryder Cup team Tuesday, chose to keep his thoughts to himself.

The putt is one that Webb Simpson never practises enough.

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