Woods was tied for the lead briefly after his eagle on the 16th, only to make bogey from the bunker on the 17th and another bogey on the 18th when he hit a good pitch from short of the green to 6 feet and missed the putt.
"Days happen like this," Woods said. "It was cool this morning, and it just didn't work out. But I scored well, and I kept myself in the tournament. I'm right there. Justin played a beautiful round of golf today. He had every single facet of his game working, so we had a good time out there.
"I got a lot out of this round, and I threw away a few shots as well."
DIVOTS: Jimmy Johnson says he will be job sharing this year as a caddie. Usually that means one player uses two caddies. In this case, it's one caddie for two players. Johnson will stay on the job for Steve Stricker, who is playing only 11 events this year, and will work for Harris English the other weeks. Johnson started with English last week at Innisbrook and is working with him again at Bay Hill. ... For the second straight week, someone made a 10. This time it was Patrick Reed, who hit two in the water on the 18th, his sixth in a back bunker and a three-putt for his 10. That was his first on tour. John Daly last week at Innisbrook made his 15th score of 10 or worse on a hole.