Tiger Woods shot a four-under 67 on Saturday and is one shot behind the leader Brandon de Jonge. Woods won the AT&T National in 2009, the last time the event was held at Congressional.Get More GOLF Video
The third round at AT&T National at Congressional was delayed for six hours after severe storms brought down trees and disrupted power for many in the Maryland area Saturday morning. PGA Tour Vice President of Rules and Competition Mark Russell said it was too dangerous for fans to be on the grounds, leaving just the golfers and essential personnel on the course for the third round where Tiger Woods made a charge up the leader board. Woods rimmed home the long birdie putt at the third to move to four under par. And Tiger made an even better shot on number six. Tiger's birdie chip shot highlighted his four-under par 67 which brought him to within one shot of the leader Brendon De Jonge who sits at sven-under. Final round coverage can be seen Sunday afternoon on CBS.