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.
Johnson carded a 68 for eight under overall while Woods had a mixed round, carding four birdies and five bogeys in a 73.
Johnson was one shot behind tournament host Woods when he holed out with a seven iron at the last.
Woods had three bogeys on the par fives to lose his lead, but he is still in a good position to win for the first time in two years.
South Korea’s KJ Choi is third on five under after a level-par round of 72.
England’s Paul Casey is two under after a 67 while Scotland’s Martin Laird is one over after a magnificent 66.
Chevron World Challenge third round leaderboard:
-8: Z Johnson (United States)
-7: T Woods (United States)
-5: KJ Choi (South Korea)
-2: P Casey (England)
+1: M Laird (Scotland)