Tiger Woods simply answered all of the questions - besides one

Tiger Woods simply answered all of the questions - besides one

Sweden's Alex Noren will take a one-shot lead into the final round of the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines after firing a three-under 69 on Saturday.

Noren, a nine-time victor on the European Tour who is seeking his first US PGA Tour title, carded a three-under par 69 to take the 54-hole lead on 11-under 205.

Day and Noren will return to the course Monday morning to play the 16th once again and hopefully determine a victor in San Diego.

Noren and Jason Day dueled for five playoff holes Sunday, with no conclusion. After both players birdied 18 on playoff hole No. 5, play was suspended due to darkness. "I was on the range hitting that exact same number".

Fans were allowed on Monday in 2013 when Tiger Woods in a fog-delayed finish, though Woods still had 11 holes to play that year.

Woods' tie for 23rd at 3-under by tournament's end Sunday didn't blow anyone away with the otherworldly things you grew to expect from him when he dominated the game. It's special because I worked very hard in the off-season to try to get back to this position.

He laid up in the rough and two-putted for par at the par-five 10th from about 40 feet.

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What could have been his first birdie of the day became a par and left Woods in silent fury, while the rest of the fans were louder about their anger.

He is expected to play the Genesis Open at Riviera in Los Angeles in three weeks as well as other tournaments in the build-up to the Masters in April. Obviously my goal is to get back to world No. 1, and this is a good step in the right direction.

"After not playing for a couple of years and coming out here on the tour and playing a solid four days".

The familiar disruptive jostling - and even one shout as he putted that drew and angry scowl - didn't outweigh the buzz welcomed by his playing partners and Woods himself. Woods opened the week by downplaying expectations, a far and refreshing cry from the man who used to show up declaring a "W" as his only reason for living. "I've been chipping and putting pretty well and to dial in the driver and feel really comfortable over the tee is what we were looking for".

"The short game wasn't something I was anxious about coming in this week", he said.

"I'm sure on TV it looked a lot lighter than what it was", Day said, "but I'm glad to pull it off".

"It was between the 5-wood - I didn't think it was going to get there - and the 3-wood would have gone back there where [Noren] was (over the green)", Holmes said.