Published: Sat, December 02, 2017
Sports | By Grace Becker

Blistering start gives returning Woods share of the lead

Blistering start gives returning Woods share of the lead

The strike was so precise that barely a blade of grass came off the glass-like putting surfaces. Those are the internal struggles I haven't had for a while.

"I proved that the surgery was successful and that the rehab was fantastic".

Woods was almost flawless on the front-nine at Albany Golf Club. "Now I have a chance to go out there and play competitive golf again". Woods had a very solid day and managed to finish with a three-under 69, just three strokes off the current clubhouse leader Tommy Fleetwood.

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On the par-five third his eagle putt from just off the green went just wide but left him with an easy birdie. "I've still got a long way to go", added Woods, who also missed the entire 2015-2016 season.

"After that 31 on the front I could have got two more on the back nine, so that's frustrating", Woods said afterwards.

Five more pars followed but on the 18th Woods' tee-shot found the sand bordering the fairway, forcing him to hack out and leaving him with a hard up and down to save par, which he duly failed.

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That the world no. 18 was up at 4 am to feed young son Frankie seemed to have no effect on his fluent play and he said he felt good with his scores.

The back nine, as he admitted himself, was a little disappointing, with just one birdie coming his way at the par five 11th. The Masters, which Woods last won 12 years ago, are in April. He made five birdies and two bogies and hit seven of 13 fairways, 11 of 18 greens and had 27 putts. And who would bet against him?

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