In the end it may not be enough, however, Tiger Woods has made the final round of the 2012 Honda Classic at the PGA National in Palms Beach Garden, FL. extremely interesting. Woods made an 8-foot eagle putt on the final hole to close out his best final-round ever, a 8-under par, 62. The score makes Woods the clubhouse leader at 10-under par and puts him just one shot behind leader Rory McIlroy, who just pared the par-3 15th hole.
Woods comeback march featured two eagles, four birdies and no bogies, and has put a lot of pressure on McIlroy who has three holes to play.
Tom Gillis is in third place at 9-under par and he has three holes remaining.
Currently, St. John's University graduate Keegan Bradley is in a tie for eighth place, as he has four holes to play and is 5-under par.