PALM HARBOR, Fla. (AP) Canadian rookie Corey Conners kept the lead in the Valspar Championship and had a clear view of what he faces in the final round.
Tiger Woods was right in front of him, and Conners could hear the roars all afternoon.
Woods tied for the lead with a 20-foot birdie putt on No. 10, only to miss a pair of birdie putts inside 8 feet. He shot a 67.
Rose had a 66 and will be in the final group with Conners. Woods plays right in front of them with Snedeker, who also had a 67.