Tiger Woods and Robert Rock share the top of the leader board after round three of the HSBC Abu Dhabi Championship on Saturday. Both players are -11 under par after shooting super scores of sixty six, Woods round was bogey free. Tiger was very satisfied with his steady round; "I didn't do a lot of things right, but I didn't do a lot of things wrong today. It was just very consistent. I made a couple of putts here and there, but it was just a very consistent round of golf. Expressing his satisfaction with the tournament Tiger commented; “It was a nice atmosphere today; people were into it. Each day, the gallery has gotten bigger and bigger and bigger. It was fun and you could see that everyone was excited to be out there. The weather is perfect to come out and watch the event. It’s a great leaderboard, so I think everyone is happy.” Tiger also acknowledged that he had a fight on his hands to win the trophy; "There's too many guys up there right now. There's a ton of guys with a chance to win. We have not separated ourselves from the field. I need to go out there and shoot a solid round of golf, and I can't go out there and shoot even par and expect to win. I've got to go out there and go get it." Robert was extremely happy that he had achieved a last round pairing with Tiger; "That's an opportunity not to be missed. I bogeyed the 16th hole and thought it might have cost me. So two birdies to finish put me back in there. I just want to experience it. How many chances I'll get to do that, it's not clear." Rory McIlroy is at -9 under par, tied for third place with Paul Lawrie, Francessco Molinari and Peter Hanson, all of these players have a chance of winning this tournament if Woods and Rock do not perform at their best on Sunday. Rory said about playing alongside Tiger; "It's a great atmosphere, as you can hear, and it's a great buzz playing with Tiger. "I'll miss the crowds and miss the buzz tomorrow even though I'll be in the second-to-last group, so I'll still get a bit of it." He is still feeling confident about his chances; "I feel pretty comfortable, and I've been hitting a lot of great iron shots and I feel like the putting has been pretty good. So hopefully I can just keep that going tomorrow and maybe get off to a fast start and put pressure on the guys in front of me." Two shots further back on -7 under par are Italian whiz kid Matteo Manassero and Graeme Mcdowell, but they are probably too far back to mount a serious challenge. Golf is a funny game so anything can happen, I look forward to Sunday's final round.