World Golf Championship. Calm Restored at Cadillac. March 08 2014

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Calm was restored at the WGC Cadillac Championship at Doral on day three of the contest around The Blue Monster. Patrick Reed has the lead going into the final round.

Patrick Reed could be taking home his third trophy in seven months Sunday at Doral. (Stan Badz/PGA TOUR)

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In much calmer conditions Patrick turned his game around in four holes Saturday at the WGC-Cadillac Championship, finishing up with a -3 under par 69 and a two stroke lead at -4 under par. He said he was not bothered that Tiger was close behind;

"That's fine, I've seen Tiger a lot on the driving range. Never had the opportunity to play with him and I still haven't been able to play with him. Whenever he's close to the lead, he's a guy you have to watch out for. But at the same time, I have to go and just play my own game."

"If you have a 54-hole lead, that means you're playing the best golf of the group through three rounds. Tomorrow is Sunday, but at the same time, it's another round of golf. We've won twice since August, we've played great. And if I continue doing what I'm supposed to be doing, come Sunday afternoon, hopefully we're holding the trophy."

Jason Dufner and Hunter Mahan are tied in second place at -2 under par for this tournament, Hunter thinks it will go down to the wire;

"The tournament will not be over until the last putt drops on eighteen. That always happens, but it seems like you just can't coast in here. You can't have a big enough lead going into eighteen this week. So I don't think anyone is going to be too bothered if someone gets out to a three, or four-shot lead, because there's so much golf out there. And there's so much that can happen, good and bad."

Tied in fourth place are Jamie Donaldson and Tiger Woods, both at -1 under par. Tiger did what he wanted to do, get back into the tournament. A third round of -6 under par 66 certainly did that;

"It was nice to get back in the tournament again Now it's playing more like a normal course. I held it together yesterday, a long day, tough day, and that gave me a chance today.I figured, hey, I'm only six back. That's definitely doable, especially with the conditions and how difficult this golf course is playing. If I just get back to even par for the tournament, I'll be right there. And I did one better."

Dustin Johnson,  Miguel Angel Jimenez and Zach Johnson share sixth place at even par for the three rounds. The weather conditions still hold the key around here, if it starts to blow again anything could happen. Another calm day and the winner will come from the top five.