Woods still in the lead at Doral

The third round of the World Golf Championship at Doral Resort and Spa was kind to Tiger Woods. He started with an eagle on the first hole. He finished with a four stroke lead over second place Brett Wetterich. One stroke behind Wetterich is Nick O'Hern. Six players, including Vijay Singh, Ernie Els and Charles Howell, III are all tied six strokes behind Woods.

Woods is 30-1 when he is in the lead going into the final round. His only loss was in 1996 at the Quad City Classic.

Sergio Garcia will be remembered for strange behavior. Disgusted with his putting, he spit into the cup.

Davis Love III withdrew after learning that a family friend had died in Sea Island, Georgia.

The final round will be important for Mark Wilson who needs to be among the top 10 on the PGA Money List in order to go to The Masters. Mark Calcavecchia is also on the bubble, but in good shape to make The Masters -- assuming he doesn't have a melt down in the final round.

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