Nothing can stop Tiger Woods winning the WGC Bridgestone Invitational at Firestone Country Club. Tiger Woods / Getty Images Tiger had a modest third round of -2 under par 68, giving him a tournament total of -15 under par, and still a seven shot lead over the rest. Tiger admitted that he did not quite have it today but will go out tomorrow to execute his game plan; " I'll just go out there and execute my game-plan, it all starts with what the weather is doing, and then I build it from there. We'll see what I do tomorrow. You know, today was a day that I didn't quite have it, but I scored. And that's the name of the game, posting a number, and I did today. I grinded my way around that golf course. Any time you can go into a major tournament or any tournament with a win under your belt, it's nice. It validates what you're working on and you have some nice momentum going in there." Henrik Stenson is alone in second place at -8 under par, he had a -3 under par 67 third round score and has a battle on his hands to keep that second prize. Jason Dufner, in third place, is a mighty eight strokes back at -7 under par total after his third round -3 under par, 67, but he can still play for second, after acknowledging Tiger's record here at Firestone; "Yeah, he has a pretty good track record here, there's quite a few events out here that he does really well. Torrey Pines comes to mind, Bay Hill comes to mind, the Memorial. So he obviously feels comfortable on those courses, and it's our job to try and chase him down if we can." Luke Donald, Bill Haas, and Chris Wood, are all at -6 under par for the tournament and the tussle between them and Henrik and Jason for second and third will be worth watching.