• Scott: Slow play 'never going to change ... just get over it'

    LOS ANGELES – Adam Scott had a front-row seat for J.B. Holmes’ marathon victory at the Genesis Open, one that lasted at least a few minutes longer thanks to Holmes’ lethargic pace of play. But after speaking out earlier this week on the subject, the Aussie doesn’t expect changes anytime soon when it comes to the clock.Scott was in the final group Sunday at Riviera Country Club, playing the final 33 holes alongside Holmes and runner-up Justin Thomas. After starting the fin
  • Hubbard outduels McNealy to win Suncoast Classic

    With 23-year-old Maverick McNealy making a back-nine charge Sunday at Lakewood National, Mark Hubbard never backed down. The 29-year-old San Jose State product matched the former Stanford standout's closing 5-under 67 and held on for a two-shot victory at the Web.com Tour's Lecom Suncoast Classic.Hubbard began the final round in Bradenton, Fla., at 21 under, two shots clear of McNealy and Virginia product Jimmy Stanger. He then made five front-nine birdies to stretch his advantage to five.T
  • TT Postscript: Stumbles home with 72 as elements take toll

    LOS ANGELES – A marathon week at the Genesis Open has finally come to a close. Here’s how it looked while walking the final round alongside tournament host Tiger Woods, who gave back a few shots coming home as the elements of the week took a toll. Woods got off to a strong start in the final round, holing out a bunker shot on his seventh hole to reach 3 under for the round. But that proved to be his final birdie of the week, as he stumbled home while shooting a 3-over 38 on the last
  • Watch: Holmes 3-putts from inside of 4 feet; JT follows with 4-putt

    J.B. Holmes was gaining momentum on a long, challenging Sunday at Riviera Country Club. He had just birdied the par-4 10th hole, and then watched as Justin Thomas made bogey to turn what was a one-shot deficit for Holmes into a one-stroke lead.Better yet, he wedged to inside of 4 feet on the next hole, the par-5 11th, to give himself a great look at another birdie.Somehow, though, Holmes walked off the 11th green with bogey and again down by a shot.One hole later @JustinThomas34 regains the lead
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  • Holmes prevails after long, trying Sunday at Genesis Open

    It was a long, trying Sunday at Riviera Country Club, especially for J.B. Holmes, who played 33 holes on the final day before finishing off the victory at the Genesis Open. Here's how it all unfolded:Leaderboard: J.B. Holmes (-14), Justin Thomas (-13), Si Woo Kim (-12), Rory McIlroy (-11), Marc Leishman (-11), Charles Howell III (-9)What it means:The scoring conditions were downright brutal Sunday at the Genesis Open – cold temperatures, gusty winds, fast and bumpy Poa annua greens. T
  • Spieth makes quad at Riviera's iconic 10th after five bunker shots

    Jordan Spieth started off his final round of the Genesis Open at 8 under, with a good chance to catch the leaders if he fired a low round. He began his round with a birdie on No. 1. From there, it only went downhill. His scorecard over the next nine holes featured everything from a bogey to a quadruple bogey. He had at least one 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 on his scorecard. The quad came at the iconic par-4 10th. This is where Spieth got himself into serious trouble on Sunday afternoon.Th
  • Highlights: Tiger's final round includes holeout from bunker

    Maybe Tiger Woods should think about starting every day with a 2 a.m. wakeup call.This week's tournament host finished off a round of 6-under 65 Sunday morning, and went right back out for his final round.Starting on Riviera's second nine, he made birdie at No. 11 and avoided giving it right back when he got up and down for par at No. 12, where he hooked a chip around a tree.Two holes later, at the 181-yard, par-3 14th, he threw a dart to inside 6 feet and converted the putt for his second circl
  • Thomas up four, with Genesis Open back on schedule

    LOS ANGELES – After four and a half days of playing catchup, the Genesis Open is back on schedule following the completion of the third round early Sunday.Justin Thomas pulled away from the field with his second-consecutive 65 and moved four strokes clear with a birdie on the 17th hole, but he won’t have much time to reflect on his round with a 2:30 p.m. (ET) final-round tee time looming.Full-field Scores from the Genesis OpenGenesis Open: Articles, photos and videosThomas&rsquo
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  • TT Postscript: Two eagles in a two-day 65

    LOS ANGELES – There were a few more fireworks after the chilly restart to the third round at the Genesis Open, but eventually Tiger Woods’ momentum ran out. Here are some thoughts during intermission of a marathon day at Riviera Country Club:· Woods completed seven holes of his third round last night before darkness, returning to the course at 6:45 a.m. PT to face a chip shot from in front of the 17th green. He made an eagle on the par-5 first shortly after play resumed,
  • Watch: Thomas saves his par after a shank

    Every now and then you see a Tour pro hit a stone-cold shank.But you typically don't see it from a guy five clear of the field, and that guy tends not to save his par.And yet — that's exactly what Justin Thomas did Sunday morning on the ninth hole at Riviera. Still working his way through the third round, Thomas made this wild par to make the turn in a bogey-free, 4-under 31.RT if you can relate to JT's approach shot... 😅He still made par though 👏pic.twitter.com/ZBKPEWMGIi&
  • Fox steals the show at World Super 6 Perth

    New Zealand’s Ryan Fox won the ISPS Handa World Super 6 Perth after a convincing 3&2 victory over Spain’s Adrian Otaegui in Australia.
    The 32-year-old from Auckland, who lives in London, finished eight under par after 54 holes of stroke play part of the mixed format event held at Lake Karrinyup Country Club, sealing a place inside the top eight and earning a bye into the second round of the six-hole knockout stage on Sunday.
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  • Watch: Tiger makes another eagle in Round 3 of Genesis Open

    Tiger Woods got his third round off to a hot start Saturday afternoon at the Genesis Open. But after Woods had played his first seven holes in 5 under, darkness suspended play at Riviera Country Club, meaning Woods and the rest of the field would have to return early Sunday morning to resume their rounds.Woods picked up right where he left off.After back-to-back pars, at Nos. 17 and 18, Woods pounded a drive at the par-5 first and then stuck his second shot to 6 feet. He poured in the putt for h
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  • Fox wins 4 matches, including final, to capture World Super 6 Perth

    PERTH, Australia — Ryan Fox won the ISPS Handa World Super 6 Perth at Lake Karrinyup after beating Spain’s Adrian Otaegui in the match-play final.Fox beat Jazz Janewattananond, Kristoffer Reitan and Paul Dunne on the way to Sunday’s final, before defeating Otaegui in the decider with two holes to spare. It was Fox’s first European Tour victory.Fox, whose dad Grant Fox was a World Cup-winning All-Black rugby player, was forced to give up rugby after a series of concus
  • Nelly completes Korda family grand slam in Australia

    This slam sure felt grand.Nelly Korda proudly completed a sweep Down Under Sunday, becoming the fourth member of her family to win an Australian Open title.She celebrated with the trademark Korda scissors kick, a unique family tradition reserved for victory celebrations in Australia only.“I was playing all day for my parents,” Korda said after winning the ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open for her second LPGA title in fourth months. “I’m really proud of that.”N
  • Woods has 2AM wake-up call to 'start the process' on Sunday

    LOS ANGELES – Tiger Woods has often spoken about being an early riser but this might be extreme even for him.After the first round at the Genesis Open was delayed seven hours by a storm, players have been playing catch up all week which has prompted plenty of early wake-up calls.Woods, who didn’t play at all on Thursday, has 29 holes remaining on Sunday which will begin with the resumption of the third round at 6:45 a.m. (PT).“Probably get up somewhere around 2 or 3 [a.m.] and
  • Scott preaches patience: 'It’s only halfway' through the event

    LOS ANGELES – Even though it feels like the Genesis Open is nearing a conclusion, Adam Scott is preaching patience.The Aussie completed only two holes of his third round Saturday, hitting his tee shot on the par-4 third before darkness halted play at Riviera Country Club. It sets up a marathon final day, one in which Scott trails Justin Thomas by a shot with both men facing the prospect of completing 33 holes before sunset.Scott started the round in a tie for the lead, but he fell one off
  • Like it or not, Genesis Open headed for familiar marathon finish

    LOS ANGELES – A weary version of Groundhog Day droned on for the Genesis Open field on Saturday – up at dawn, play what you can, head for the exits when the horn sounds to suspend play because of darkness, again.The only reprieve for Saturday’s edition is that the assembled cast scrambled to make up for lost time under clear, sunny skies. You know, more SoCal than Siberia. Unfortunately, according to the weatherman, it won’t last.The PGA Tour may or may not have avoided i
  • TT Postscript: Where exactly did that come from?

    LOS ANGELES – It was perhaps the most electric seven-plus holes Tiger Woods has ever played at Riviera Country Club. Here are some thoughts and observations after watching the man play into darkness after starting the third round of the Genesis Open in style: Where exactly did that come from? After struggling on this course for the better part of two decades, Tiger lit up the back nine to begin Round 3 on Saturday evening. An easy birdie on No. 10 was followed by a clinical eagle on the pa
  • Thomas leads Genesis Open with marathon Sunday on tap

    LOS ANGELES - Justin Thomas got a lot done in just eight holes Saturday before leaving Riviera with a one-shot lead and facing a marathon finish in the Genesis Open.Thomas nearly holed a 9-iron and then made par with a chip off the green and over the bunker in the middle of the par-3 sixth hole as part of the six holes he played to complete a 6-under 65. Adam Scott also had a 65 and tied Thomas for the 36-hole lead.Full-field Scores from the Genesis OpenGenesis Open: Articles, photos a
  • Highlights: Woods starts delayed Rd. 3 birdie-eagle-birdie-birdie

    Looking to make up some ground after weather plagued the first two days of the Genesis Open, officials decided to get the third round started late on Saturday, hoping to get in as many holes as possible before darkness fell over Riviera Country Club.Tiger Woods made the most of his abbreviated opportunity.After getting on the right side of the cut line with a 24-footer from the fringe to cap off an even-par second-round restart on Saturday morning, Woods opened his third round about as well as h
  • Ormsby has putter stolen before match at World Super 6 Perth

    Wade Ormsby will face Scott Vincent in Sunday's opening round of matches at the World Super 6 Perth. He also will likely have to do so with a replacement putter.Ormsby frantically took to social media Saturday night after discovering that his Scotty Cameron putter had been stolen following Saturday's third round of the stroke play. The Australian said the putter was stolen from the locker room at Lake Karrinyup Country Club.View this post on Instagram Please help.. STOLEN Scotty Cameron putter o
  • Rd. 3 of Genesis Open begins; Leaders off late

    LOS ANGELES – A two-day race to beat darkness is officially underway at the Genesis Open.Still looking to make up ground after enduring a seven-hour weather delay during the opening round, officials began third-round tee times at 6 p.m. ET Saturday at Riviera Country Club just minutes after the final groups completed Round 2. A total of 76 players made the cut at even-par 142 or better, with players grouped into threesome off of both Nos. 1 and 10 tees.The revised timeline means the final
  • Spieth: 'Should have advantage, being 25' with start-stop events

    LOS ANGELES – Following back-to-back weeks of delays and deluges it’s safe to say Jordan Spieth is weather weary.Spieth endured last week’s rain-delayed AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, which finished on Monday, and it hasn’t been any easier this week.He was in the early wave on Thursday when play had to be restarted because of inclement weather. His opening round was later halted because of darkness and he was up early on Friday to complete Round 1. Spieth finished his seco
  • Big-hitting Finau once again in mix at 'favorite' Riviera

    LOS ANGELES – Take a look at the recent winner’s list at the Genesis Open and you’ll quickly realize that Riviera Country Club often masquerades as a bomber’s paradise. Dustin Johnson cruised to a win here two years ago, and Bubba Watson has captured three titles since 2014.It should come as no surprise, then, that long-hitting Tony Finau is once again in contention here. After his 10 under par total left him two shots behind Watson last year, Finau sits in a tie for sixt
  • Hubbard leads Suncoast Classic after 54 holes; McNealy 2 back

    Mark Hubbard made eight birdies and went bogey-free Saturday around Lakewood National, shooting 8-under 64 to reach 20 under for the week. He will take a two-shot lead into Sunday's final round of the Web.com Tour's Lecom Suncoast Classic.Hubbard, a 29-year-old San Jose State product, spent three straight seasons on the PGA Tour before losing his card in 2017. He notched just two top 10s last year on the Web.com Tour and hasn't posted a worldwide top 10 since last March.He leads f
  • Watch: Phil flops it over grandstands at Riviera's 18th hole

    Grandstands in the way? No problem for Phil Mickelson.After hitting his approach shot right of right on Riviera's 18th hole Saturday during his second round of the Genesis Open, Mickelson decided it best not to take relief near the third tee box – even with the grandstands sitting between he and the green. Of course, it didn't matter. Mickelson flopped his ball well clear of the tented temporary immovable obstruction, carrying it some 40 yards to set up a 13-foot look at par.Are
  • Langfors tops match-play seeds for World Super 6 Perth

    Sweden's Per Langfors is the top seed among the 24 match-play qualifiers at the ISPS Handa World Super 6 Perth after carding an 8-under 64 Saturday at Lake Karrinyup Country Club.Langfors, the 24-year-old rookie who a day earlier had made the first cut of his European Tour career, climbed 36 spots on the leaderboard Saturday as he improved to 10 under. He earned one of eight byes into the Round of 16 and will await the winner of Daniel Gale and Adrian Otaegui.Your browser does not support i
  • Thomas shrugs off elements to grab share of Genesis Open lead

    LOS ANGELES – When Justin Thomas was playing junior golf, his father, Mike, would ask him at the end of each round: “How many?”Mike Thomas wasn’t inquiring about birdies or putts. Instead, he wanted to know how many fairway woods his son had to hit for his approach shots into par 4s. That seems like a lifetime ago for Justin Thomas, who ranked 11th last season in driving distance on the PGA Tour with a 311.8-yard average.Those memories came floodi
  • Red-hot putter propels Rory to 63 on Saturday morning

    LOS ANGELES – Apparently all Rory McIlroy needed to get things going at the Genesis Open was some extra sleep and a little bit of sun.McIlroy struggled in the opening round at Riviera Country Club, carding a 1-over 72, and he didn’t fare much better in the rain and wind Friday afternoon as he began the second round. But the Ulsterman looked like a new man Saturday morning when play resumed, playing his final six holes in 4 under, holing one putt after the next.The tally on the greens
  • Kuchar admits wrongdoing: 'I missed the boat with this one'

    LOS ANGELES – Matt Kuchar had just finished 36 grueling holes over two days in cold and wet conditions, but the toughest part of his week still awaited.Mounting criticism over Kuchar’s decision to pay his replacement caddie, David “El Tucan” Ortiz, $5,000 following his victory at the Mayakoba Golf Classic last fall prompted the nine-time PGA Tour winner to change his mind on Friday.Kuchar explained in a statement that he planned to pay Ortiz the “full total” o
  • TT Postscript: The guy has a flair for the dramatic

    LOS ANGELES – Give the man credit; he has a flair for the dramatic. Here are some observations after a short-but-brisk walk with Tiger Woods, as he completed his second round at the Genesis Open by holing a putt on the final green that will likely allow him to play some more golf:· Tiger completed the final six holes of his second round amid chilly conditions Saturday morning, and he opened with a bogey on his first hole back. But he saved his lone highlight for last, roll
  • Woods birdies final hole Saturday to make cut at Genesis

    Even par through 35 holes and 2 1/2 days at Riviera, Tiger Woods arrived at the uphill, par-4 ninth Saturday morning needing a birdie to get himself back on the right side of the then-1-under cut line.And he got it.Woods played a 4-iron to the back edge and sank this 24-footer from the fringe to cap off an even-par morning restart and an even-par, second-round 71.Absolutely had to have it.
    Money.pic.twitter.com/JBNxT3f4Sj— Golf Channel (@GolfChannel) February 16, 2019Woods will now need to
  • Kuchar's caddie: 'To crucify for one mistake feels wrong'

    LOS ANGELES – John Wood, Matt Kuchar’s regular caddie who was unable to make the trip to Mexico last fall when his boss won the Mayakoba Golf Classic, broke his silence on Friday.“Matt, his entire family and team have never been anything but generous, inclusive, respectful, and complimentary of me and the job I do for him. I wouldn’t work for someone I didn’t respect, or who didn’t value my opinion. To crucify for one mistake feels wrong,” Wood tweeted.S
  • Nelly looks to become fourth Korda to win an Australian Open

    Nelly Korda isn’t thinking about executing a scissors kick Down Under just yet, but it would be a terrific story.A Korda sweep looms as a possibility at the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open after Nelly posted a 5-under-par 67 Saturday to take the lead in Adelaide. She’s seeking to become the fourth family member to win an Open in Australia. Her father, Petr, got it started winning the Australian Open in tennis in 1998 and celebrated with his trademark scissors kick. After Nel
  • Jessica Korda (forearm) will not defend her Thailand title

    Jessica Korda won’t be able to defend her title at the Honda LPGA Thailand next week.Korda, 25, has withdrawn from the event with a forearm injury. She also has withdrawn from the HSBC Women’s World Championship the following week.“Unfortunately, my recovery from my forearm injury has taken longer than we expected,” Korda wrote in an Instagram post. “I hope to start my season in March at the Bank of Hope Founders Cup in Arizona.”View this post on Instagram 
  • Good putting day for Scott boosts confidence

    LOS ANGELES – Adam Scott’s putting issues have been well-documented, from his decision to switch to a broom-handle putter, to his recent choice to putt with the flagstick in the hole. He's gone to great lengths to find an answer.On Friday at the Genesis Open he came across a peculiar fix – putting from above the hole.“I just like the greens,” said Scott, who won at Riviera Country Club in 2005 and was runner-up in ’06 and ’16. “I think I'm a good p
  • Thomas thrives in wet Friday conditions, makes 14 birdies in 30 holes

    LOS ANGELES – As conditions at the Genesis Open deteriorated Friday afternoon, most of the players in the field found Riviera Country Club to be at or near its peak difficulty. Then there was Justin Thomas.Thomas might as well have been playing a casual round back home in Florida, as he turned in a birdie barrage that took him to the top of the leaderboard while players around him struggled to simply make pars.Thomas made 14 birdies in 30 holes Friday, and at 10 under he shares the overnig
  • TT Postscript: TGIF - Thank Goodness It's Finished

    LOS ANGELES – A marathon day ended for Tiger Woods when second-round play was halted because of darkness, and it couldn’t have come soon enough. Some thoughts from a wet, chilly day at the Genesis Open:• Tiger played 30 holes on Friday – the most he’s played in a tournament since going 29 on Day 2 at last year’s Ryder Cup – and it showed. “It was a tough day. I'm stiff right now,” he said. He was at 1 under par with six holes remaining Saturda
  • DeChambeau frustrated with 'knuckleballs' in rainy conditions

    LOS ANGELES – During a marathon day at the Genesis Open, Bryson DeChambeau chipped in three times – including, remarkably, twice on the same hole. But with a cold rain falling on him outside the Riviera Country Club locker room, he was anything but pleased.DeChambeau played 31 holes in conditions that varied from calm to wet to downright nasty. He carded an opening-round 70, then played 13 holes of his second round in 3 under to move into a tie for 14th when play was suspended.I
  • Thomas, Scott share lead at suspended Genesis Open after long Friday

    LOS ANGELES – Justin Thomas was playing well enough to want to keep going, with six birdies in a seven-hole stretch before it was too dark to continue Friday at the Genesis Open.It also was raining.It was cold.And he already had been slogging through Riviera for nine hours.''It's hard playing 30 holes, but it's really hard when it's raining and it's soft,'' Thomas said after making 14 birdies on a long day that sent him home tied for the lead with Adam Scott at 10 under par.
  • McNealy shares Web.com lead through 36 holes

    Maverick McNealy shot his second consecutive 8-under 64 on Friday to share the lead in the suspended second round of the Web.com Tour’s Suncoast Classic.McNealy is at 16 under, tied with J.T. Griffin (65). Chris Baker (64) is alone in third place at 14 under.Full-field scores from Suncoast Classic Five players were unable to finish Round 2 at Lakewood National Golf Club in Lakewood Ranch, Florida, but none were a threat to the lead.Among the notables giving chase are two-time Arnold P
  • Watch: Tiger makes eagle, 'did it for the ‘gram'

    Tiger Woods’ Friday first and second rounds hovered around even par for most of the day, but he has never been one to keep it boring.On his 28th hole of the day, he found himself on the green in two, with 48 feet for eagle. When the ball left the putter face, you could hear a fan yell, “If you make this it goes on Instagram, Tiger, let’s do it!”🐅 @TigerWoods from 43 feet for EAGLE. 🦅#LiveUnderPar pic.twitter.com/UJsYiTcIH4— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) Februa
  • Watch: Bryson holes out three times in one day

    Bryson DeChambeau is at the Genesis Open doing Bryson DeChambeau things, like, holing out three times in one day. Here are the shots that made everyone watching say, “Wow.”His first chip in of the day came on the 13th hole in Round 1. DeChambeau found himself in the greenside bunker and would be forced to hole out to save par. So what did the Mad Scientist do? Just that. It’s an easy game. Excuse me?@b_dechambeau chips in to save par.#LiveUnderPar 💪 pic.twitter.com
  • Holmes makes hole-in-one en route to first-round Genesis Open lead

    LOS ANGELES – J.B. Holmes was already having a good round before he stepped to the sixth tee at Riviera Country Club, where he soon had even more reason to smile.Holmes was among the group of players who didn’t begin the Genesis Open until Friday morning, but on a course where Dustin Johnson and Bubba Watson have won four of the last five years, the long-hitting Holmes quickly moved to the top of the standings. Already 5 under for his round after starting on the back nine, he watched
  • Holmes catapults into Genesis Open lead behind hole-in-one

    LOS ANGELES – J.B. Holmes was already having a good round before he stepped to the sixth tee at Riviera Country Club, where he soon had even more reason to smile.Holmes was among the group of players who didn’t begin the Genesis Open until Friday morning, but on a course where Dustin Johnson and Bubba Watson have won four of the last five years, the long-hitting Holmes quickly moved to the top of the standings. Already 5 under for his round after starting on the back nine, he watched
  • Playing together, Lyle, Ames both fire 63 to co-lead Chubb Classic

    NAPLES, Fla. – Playing competitors Sandy Lyle and Stephen Ames matched the course record at 8-under 63 to share the first-round lead Friday in the PGA Tour Champions' Chubb Classic.Lyle topped a leaderboard for the first time in 155 career starts on the 50-and-over tour. The 61-year-old Scot won the 1985 Open and 1988 Masters.Ames had a hole-in-one with a 9-iron on the 141-yard 12th hole at The Classics at Lely Resort. He won the 2017 Mitsubishi Electric Classic for his lone seni
  • TT Postscript: Four three-putts hold Tiger back in opening round

    LOS ANGELES – We will make this quick since our man had a quick turnaround following his first round at the Genesis Open: Tiger finally got his week started following Thursday’s seven-hour weather delay but his putter was as cold as the weather. He bogeyed two of his first seven holes before rebounding with four consecutive birdies on his way to a 1-under 70. “I hit it well and putted awful,” he said. That pretty much sums up a round that featured 17 of 18 greens hit in r
  • Kuchar apologizes, says he has paid caddie 'full total' requested

    LOS ANGELES – Minutes after completing his first round at the Genesis Open, Matt Kuchar released a statement in which he apologized for “insensitive” comments and said he has made an additional payment to the man who helped him win the Mayakoba Golf Classic.Kuchar won earlier this season in Mexico with local caddie David “El Tucan” Ortiz on his bag, breaking a four-year victory drought in the process. Months later details emerged about Kuchar’s payment to
  • Watch: Holmes grabs share of Genesis Open lead with hole-in-one

    J.B. Holmes was at 6 under par, one off Jordan Spieth's lead at the Genesis Open, when he bogeyed the par-4 fifth hole, his 14th of the day.Holmes, however, responded in spectacular fashion by acing the par-3 sixth from 146 yards.🚨ACE🚨@JBHolmesgolf is tied for the lead after this hole-in-one.#LiveUnderPar pic.twitter.com/FS7EaFVGit— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) February 15, 2019That got Holmes to 7 under par and into a share of the lead during the delayed opening round at Riviera Co
  • Watch: Tiger makes four straight birdies in opening 70

    Tiger Woods didn't begin his opening round at the Genesis Open until Friday morning, and it wasn't a pretty start. He was 2 over through seven holes, but then started a birdie run at the par-4 eighth.Didn't like the shot ... still made birdie.@TigerWoods is on the board.#QuickHits pic.twitter.com/Zir9wHbkHh— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) February 15, 2019He also birdied No. 9 ...Back to even.@TigerWoods has settled into the round.#QuickHits pic.twitter.com/Mvbuc4Fchn— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) Febru