GREENSBORO – Tiger Woods kept his bid for a first title since 2013 on track Saturday with a two-under par 68 that left him two shots behind third-round leader Jason Gore at the Wyndham Championship. The former world number one, also trying to play his way into the US PGA Tour's FedEx Cup playoffs, began the day tied for the lead at 11-under par. He arrived at Sedgefield Country Club's 18th hole in sole possession of second place on 14-under, but a bogey at the last saw him drop into a three-way tie for second behind Gore -- who carded an eight-under par 62 for 195. Woods was joined on 197 by Sweden's Jonas Blixt, who fired a 62 and American Scott Brown, who signed for a 66. Gore goes into the final round looking to add a second career win 10 years after he captured the 2005 84 Lumber Classic.