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Wells Fargo C'ship: Lahiri misses cut

Wells Fargo C'ship: Lahiri misses cut

He also is scheduled to play next week's THE PLAYERS Championship, which he won in both 2001 and 2013.

Day led the way for most of the fourth round before Aaron Wise came back to tie late in the round.

Jason Day sputtered at the start and finally hit his stride for a 4-under 67 to build a two-shot lead going into the final round of the Wells Fargo Championship in Charlotte, N.C., and a chance for his second victory this year.

Woods' sixth straight third round of par of better was promising, but it wasn't good enough to make up a lot of ground - and certainly not as bold as the moves from Phil Mickelson (64) or Rory McIlroy (66).

Adrift of overnight leader Peter Malnati by one shot at the halfway mark, Day's second successive 67 - which included five birdies and just one bogey - saw the 2015 US PGA Championship victor put himself in the box seat for his first title since January's Farmers Insurance Open. Day has a wife and two children-a third on the way-and Woods said life for Day is much different than the 20-somethings dominating the tour today with time restraints and sleep schedules.

Woods posted six birdies throughout his third round and was another to be undone on the final hole, ending with a bogey five as a result of a disappointing three-putt.

"I had no idea where the ball was going today, especially off the tee", he said in an interview on the 18th green. "Didn't quite get the ball in position", Day said. A birdie at the 10th got him to 12 under, but things almost turned disastrous a few holes later, when Day bogeyed the 13th and then badly hooked his drive into the water at the 14th. "You know, I think that it will be fun for all of us".

"It's just one of those weeks and I'm on to the next week, which is nice".

At 18, Day left his tee shot on a bank over a creek.

In his mind, the pace of the greens is faster than they really are.

May 5 The firm and tough greens took a toll on Anirban Lahiri as the Indian missed the cut at the Wells Fargo Championship after shooting 76-74 in the first two rounds, even as the legendary Tiger Woods managed to make it.

"I changed my (putting) stroke a little bit".

"I certainly was frustrated, there's no doubt about that", Woods said. "It was one of those rounds. I mean, 9 under around this place is pretty good".

Day bogeyed the fifth hole, but at the ninth, he started a string of five birdies in seven holes before finishing with three consecutive pars.

McIlroy - playing competitively for the first time since the Masters last month - once again struggled with his game, while Woods had his first birdie-free round since the 2014 WGC championship at Doral as he struggled with his putting.

"I'm on a hot streak right now", Woods said. "I'm hitting the ball well enough to contend but I'm just not making any putts".

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