Tiger Woods shoots 69, climbs leaderboard Saturday at Arnold Palmer Invitational

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ORLANDO, Fla. - If Tiger Woods is to win a ninth career Arnold Palmer Invitational title this week, he'll need one of his trademark Sunday afternoon final-round charges.

The 14-time major champion made up for it best that he could by making more than 115 feet worth of putts.

Rory McIlroy made the big move of the day with a controlled round of 67 to lie just two strokes behind in solo third on 10-under, while Justin Rose matched his score to move up to a tie for fourth with Ryan Moore on 9-under.

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"Northern Irishman McIlroy, who holed an eagle, four birdies and a bogey on Saturday, added: "... golf is different than a football game, and there's etiquette involved, and you don't want people to be put off from bringing their kids when people are shouting stuff out.

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"I'm within reach if I shoot a really, really low round tomorrow", Woods said.

He, too, missed an opportunity to pull away with Stenson. "But tomorrow there's one more day, one back, got a lot of guys behind me that are lurking".

DeChambeau and Stenson are both on -12 now playing the 15th hole, while Rickie Fowler, nestled in between McIlroy and the leaders at -11, is on the penultimate hole.

He paused to smile before mentioning players who were lurking. "It feels good to be able to finally understand and feel that I can get into a round again".

McIlroy, meanwhile, has gone 26 tournaments since his last victory at the Tour Championship in 2016 to win the FedEx Cup. He has a chance to change that, which is all he wanted.

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"I'm cleaning out my locker, and he's over there having his ice tea thing and so he's just sitting there and, 'Hey, grab a seat.' So we sat down, we just started to BS and have a great time together", Woods said. "I'll hopefully be within two or three of the lead, and I can make a run at it".

At least he knows the course, even if he hasn't been here in five years. "I was definitely more nervous today".

"That was as clean a ball-striking round as I have had all year, so I am excited".

When he slipped home a 12-footer to birdie the 18 and ignite more thunder, Woods casually assessed the situation and stayed unfazed by the commotion. "Some went in, some didn't".

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