Jeev Milkha Singh hopped back into contention after carding a roller-coaster four-under 68 in the penultimate round to grab a share of the third place at the $ 8.5 million World Golf Championships in Doral.
The reigning Asian number one was four shots behind joint leaders Phil Mickelson (69) and Nick Watney (67) of the United States with a total of 12-under 204.
Off the blocks with an eagle on the first hole, Jeev's fortunes fluctuated slightly in between before he rounded off the day on a positive note.
"It was a great start. I holed a great putt on the first hole and eagled it. After that, up and down in between, but I came back," said Jeev.
After the first-hole eagle, the Indian dropped a couple of strokes but made amends with an equal number of birdies to make the two-under.
The back-nine didn't start as well and Jeev stumbled to a bogey on the 10th before getting his act together to stroke in his second eagle of the day.
"I think what got me going was on the 12th, I eagled it again. I made two eagles today, so that was good," he added.
He followed it up with a birdie on the 15th before parring the remaining holes at the Doral Golf Resort after starting the day tied for eighth.