World number one golfer Tiger Woods of the United States has a five-stroke lead headed into the final round of the World Golf Championships in Thomastown, Ireland.

Woods fired a 5-under-par, 67 on the Mount Juliet course and is at 19-under-par, 197 for three rounds.

Former Masters champion Vijay Singh of Fiji, former PGA winner David Toms of the United States, and former U.S. Open champion Retief Goosen of South Africa are tied for second with Americans Scott McCarron, Steve Lowery and Jerry Kelly. All six are at 14-under-par, 202 for three rounds.

McCarron had the best round of the day, an 8-under-par, 64. The winner of this event receives $1 million. The tournament features 49 of the top-50 ranked golfers in the world.