Holding at 1-under, Tiger maintained his patience and accuracy in an even-par 70 at Olympic on Friday.
Tiger hit 10 fairways and used 29 putts in his first under-par start to the U.S. Open since 2002.
Tiger put the finishing touches on his preparation for the 112th U.S. Open on Wednesday at Olympic.
Tiger usually draws a crowd and that was the case Tuesday at the Olympic Club.
Tiger played an early practice round by himself Monday at the Olympic Club in San Francisco.
Fresh off his second victory of the year, Tiger resumes competition next Thursday in the U.S. Open.
Tiger moved into fourth on the Official World Golf Ranking and third in the FedEx Cup standings.
With a final-round 67, Tiger overcame a four-shot deficit at Muirfield to earn his 73rd PGA Tour victory.
Joined by Jack Nicklaus, Tiger talked about his dramatic comeback in the final round at Muirfield Village.
Fighting flu-like symptoms, Tiger played a bogey-free front nine but shot 73 in Round 3 of the Memorial.
After a rain-delayed start, Tiger showed great accuracy and distance control in a 3-under-par 69.
Following a second-round 69 at soggy Muirfield Village, Tiger talked to reporters about the state of his game.
Tiger counteracted a double bogey with four birdies in a first-round 70 at the Memorial Tournament.
Tiger met with members of the media Thursday at Muirfield Village after his 2-under-par first round.
Fans are invited send in questions and join him May 29 on Google+ for his first Hangout.
Tiger’s slated to aim for his fifth Memorial win, fourth Claret Jug and ninth Bridgestone trophy.
Tiger shook off a rough start and played a bogey-free back nine to finish THE PLAYERS at 1-under 287.
Tiger spoke with reporters after shooting 72 on a windy Saturday afternoon at TPC Sawgrass.
Though he hit 15 greens in regulation, Tiger carded two birdies and two bogeys on Saturday, shooting 72.
Tiger made four straight birdies and shot a 68 Friday in Round 2 of THE PLAYERS Championship.