Tiger has tamed The Blue Monster, he gained has 24 birdies, 74 putts and a four-shot lead at Trump Doral, in the Cadillac Championship. Tiger Woods / Halleran / Getty Images Tiger Woods completed his third round at The Blue Monster with a score of -5 under par 67, to lead the tournament by four shots with a total of -18 under par. There is now nothing that can stop him winning this tournament, not even the weather. I don't believe that there is anyone who can now catch Tiger when he is playing with such supreme confidence, the others are all playing for the minor placings. Graeme McDowell is the man nearest to Tiger, he had a very respectable third round of -3 under par, 69 and was six shots adrift of Tiger with three holes to play. He chipped in for Eagle on 16, gained another shot when Tiger made bogey on 17 with his tee shot embedded into the trunk of a palm tree, and taking a penalty drop. Tiger said he was looking pretty good until that incident; "After I made birdie on 15, I was looking pretty good with a six-shot lead, and with a driveable par 4. Two holes later, it's now cut down to three. I piped a tee shot down there, hit a little 9-iron there and was able to pour that putt in there." Graeme was upset with a three put par on the par five, tenth hole after reaching the green in two, but was also very impressed with the way Tiger played today; " The three-putt on 10 kind of rattled me a little bit, because Tiger didn't look like he was going to do anything wrong. I really felt like I needed to be making putts like that. All respect to the way he handled himself today and the way he played, he's going to be a tough guy to catch. But according to the forecast tomorrow, we are going to have strong winds. I think that's an advantage to the rest of the field. With tough conditions tomorrow, hopefully we'll have a chance." I hate to disagree with you Graeme but I think Tiger will be up for any weather conditions, right now he has found the game to master everything. Phil Mickelson and Steve Stricker both had rounds of -3 under par 69's, and tied in third place at -13 under par, are now five shots adrift of Tiger at the top of the leaderboard. Phil admitted his short game had let him down today; "I threw away five or six shots on the greens and around the greens, and I feel like I don't have to play too much different. I just can't afford to give away those shots. I'm going to have to play a round like I played at Pebble last year, something in the low 60s." Steve thinks Tiger will simply close out this tournament; " You know what kind of closer he is, when he gets the lead in a golf tournament, it's tough. He doesn't let too many guys in usually when he gets the lead. We've all got our work cut out for us. We're going to have to go out and try to make birdies on a difficult golf course, which is hard to do." Trust me, it's Tiger's Tournament.