AUGUSTA, Ga. — Tiger Woods needs to play well to be a factor on the weekend at the Masters. He also needs some help from 36-hole leader Scottie Scheffler.

On Moving Day at Augusta National, we track Woods’ third round.

Saturday setup

The weather is cold, with highs not reaching 60. The wind is expected to pick up. A lot of things can happen on a Saturday at the Masters.

No. 1: Par 4, 445 yards

The first hole got Woods again. He bogeyed the first hole on Friday. He did it again Saturday. This one made him 18 over on the opening hole at Augusta National during his career. He was done in this time by a 3-putt.

Score: Bogey

Total for the day: 1 over

Total for the tournament: 2 over

No. 2: Par 5, 575 yards

Woods pummeled a driver off the tee. By the time it got done rolling it went 365 yards, about 30 past playing-partner Kevin Kisner. After dumping his second shot into the front bunker, Woods nearly holed out for eagle. Instead, he knocked in a 3-footer for birdie to erase the bogey at the first. It was his first birdie of the week at the second, which is playing as the easiest hole on the property.

Score: Birdie

Total for the day: Even

Total for the tournament: 1 over

No. 3: Par 4, 350 yards

A good break off the tee made life a little easier for Woods. The ball skirted away from the fairway bunker and gave him a clean lie and good angle to the back-right hole location. Woods made an easy par as he finds a rhythm to his round.

Score: Par

Total for the day: Even

Total for the tournament: 1 over

No. 4: Par 3: 240 yards

It isn’t often a professional takes a wood out on a par 3. Augusta National’s fourth hole is playing 240 yards, into a stiff wind, on a cold day. Woods pulled a 5-wood; Kisner grabbed a 3-wood. Woods missed way left, but was able to scramble after a perfect pitch over the bunker.

Score: Par

Total for the day: Even

Total for the tournament: 1 over

No. 5: Par 4, 495 yards

Woods split the fairway with a 302-yard drive at the fifth, which has long been his nemesis. But he hated the second shot, muttering as soon as the ball left the club face. No four-letter words, but it was clear he wasn’t happy with a shot that settled on the front of the green, 65 feet from hole. Things only got worse. He ran the first putt 7 feet by. He missed the next one. And then, inexplicably, missed from 2 feet for a 4-putt double bogey.

Score: Double bogey

Total for the day: 2 over

Total for the tournament: 3 over

No. 6: Par 3, 180 yards

The tee shot was headed right at the front-left hole location. Woods watched it closely the entire way, until it plunged into the bunker short of the green. He took a few steps forward and made a motion as if he was going to break the club over his knee. Given it was the right leg, which was the one significantly injured in last year’s single-car crash, it was pretty obvious he wasn’t going to go through with it. But it signified his mood on this Saturday had changed after what happened at the fifth. Then, of course, he almost holed out the bunker shot.

Score: Par

Total for the day: 2 over

Total for the tournament: 3 over

No. 7: Par 4, 450 yards

Woods has the driver figured out. The rest of his game … well, not so much. Woods pounded a 323-yard drive, leaving just 126 yards. Woods not only didn’t even hit the green but also failed to reach the front bunker with a wedge in his hands. As he walked up the hill, his limp appeared to be getting worse. The cold and wind cannot be good for a body that has gone through a lot. Still, he pulled off quite the flop shot to save par.

Score: Par

Total for the day: 2 over

Total for the tournament: 3 over

No. 8: Par 5, 570 yards

Driver into the fairway bunker made the eighth hole a little less gettable. Forced to lay up on his second shot, Woods couldn’t get it close from 146 yards to give himself a reasonable birdie look. Instead, he two-putted from 25 feet for a par.

Score: Par

Total for the day: 2 over

Total for the tournament: 3 over