Former world No 1, Tiger Woods made a 69 to finish 10 under par for the tournament, one ahead of Zach Johnson who carded a 71, to win the Chevron World Challenge title.
Former Masters champion Zach Johnson took a one-shot lead over former world no. 1 Tiger Woods into the final round of the Chevron World Challenge.
Former world no.1 Tiger Woods hit two eagles and four birdies in a five-under-par 67 to register his lead by three-shots in the second round at the Chevron World Challenge in California.
Former world no. 1, Tiger Woods fires a 69 to share second place with fellow American golfer behind leader KJ Choi of South Korea who carded a 66 to open a 3 shot lead.