Sentry Tournament of Champions leader Gary Woodland set to play final round with heavy heart after death of his grandmother

Gary Woodland would already be playing the final round of the Sentry Tournament of Champions with plenty to ponder mentally. The 34-year-old takes a three-stroke advantage over Rory McIlroy into Sunday's action at Kapalua well aware that in the six previous times he has held the 54-hole lead in a stroke-play event on the PGA Tour he has yet to close out a victory. But this time Woodland will be fighting his emotions on a different front, after learning Friday night that his grandmother had died back home in Kansas.

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