Woods is eight under, one shot behind leader Corey Conners.
Woods hasn’t tasted victory since August 2013 but is in with a great chance of winning the Florida tournament.
That comes after a four-under-par 67 in the third round on Saturday.
American golfing legend Woods, who has won 14 Majors, is joint second with Justin Rose and Brandt Snedeker.
Woods said: “I’ve played myself right into contention, so it should be a fun Sunday.
“I’m excited. I’ve been ready to go. I’m excited to play.
“It’s going to be fun, lot of fun and these people have been great. They’ve been fired up and it’s exciting for all of us.”
What time does Tiger Woods tee off?
Tiger Woods will tee off in the penultimate pairing, alongside Brandt Snedeker.
The pair spent the third round together and will do so again on the decisive Sunday.
They head to the first at 1.50pm local time (5.50pm GMT).
The final pairing of Corey Conners and Justin Rose follow them down the first just ten minutes later.
There is a two-shot gap after the top four with American duo Sam Burns and Patrick Reed both on six under. Four golfers are on five under
Paul Casey is currently the second best Englishman, behind Rose, one of seven players five shots off the lead.
Woods added: “I’m right there. I’m only one back. There’s a bunched up leaderboard. I’ve got a shot.
“I need to play a good, solid round, clean card again and we’ll see what happens.