In an interview with Fox Sports, Woods was asked how he feels about his current performance being rated as good as his past performance record. Woods stated. "
“I don’t want it to be as good,” he said. “That was never the intent.” Woods wants to be better than his past performance record and reach new heights in the game.
Woods' performance on Mar. 10 is a career high. Woods carded 19 birdies in 38 holes and needed just 74 putts, both personal records in his PGA Tour career. If Woods wins the tour, this will take him to a record 76th win, making it his second win at the WGC.
Fox Sports reports, "Bullseye putting, of course, never hurts, but it hasn't just been the flatstick that has Woods poised for win number 76 of his PGA Tour career and the first win in a WGC event since 2009. His driving’s been good, but it’s his iron play that has really impressed."