Woods impressed on day one of the Valspar Championship, carding a one-under-par 70 to be tied for eighth alongside Sergio Garcia.
Echoes of Tiger Woods carried in the breeze as fans from all over the world gathered Tuesday on a picture-postcard day at the practice round of the 2018 Valspar Championship. Meanwhile, a familiar face will be in the spotlight once again as Tiger Woods tees up once again in the first of his next two scheduled events.
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"I enjoy when par is a good score, it's a reward, " said Woods, per ESPN. "There are some tournaments when about four holes you don't make a birdie, you feel like you're behind".
The 42-year-old led outright when he made his fourth birdie of the round at the fifth - his 15th - before taking a little gloss off his performance with his lone bogey on his closing hole. That's how hard it is.
Woods' two playing competitors in a marquee group, three-times major champion Jordan Spieth (71) and Swedish world number 14 Henrik Stenson (74), were well outside the projected cutline of two over.
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But back-to-back bogeys on 12 and 13 hampered the 14-time major victor until a stunning tee shot on the 17th hole left a putt from two feet to haul him within three shots of leader Conners. "My forearm hit the tree a little bit", Woods said.
Woods picked up a bogey the final hole of his round but didn't give any other shots back on the course during the second round.
The 14-time major victor, just five starts into his latest return from an April 2017 spinal fusion, hit seven of 13 fairways, including six of seven on the front nine. He is having somewhat of a quiet 2018 so far as he is winless through six events with two top-10 finishes.
The former world number one, now ranked 388, played three events thus far this year with a best finish of 12 at the Honda Classic. Was T27 in Mexico, but could be a good bet this week given he ranks 7th in SG tee to green, 11th for scoring average and is in the top 25 in both par-5 and par-3 scoring.
But that's life, first round leader is our game and the man I'm trusting for a fast start this week is Justin Rose.
"It didn't feel very good". Great driving golf course, " Woods said.