Thursday, November 10, 2011

Tiger gives good signals: start eighth and no bogeys

Tiger Woods offered signs of hope after the first quarter (18 holes) of golf Open in Sydney Australia, is eighth, three strokes of the leader-the local Jarrod Lyle, and without making bogey at all.

Tiger signed four birdies (68 hits), concentrated between holes 8 and 13, and free from errors. I did not since last January 27 in his first round of 18 holes of the season 2011 in the Farmers Insurance Open (San Diego).
Nearly nine months later, Tiger has begun in Sydney just as well as he did in his season premiere, while the remainder of rounds completed in 2011, the exnúmero one of the world and now at number 58 always signs at least a bogey on their cards. "I've been hitting as I have at home. Only what I have conveyed to the golf course," said Tiger after his return and statements which includes the tournament website.

Lyle sent with 65 hits, but tied for second place with 66 Americans Nick Watney and Dustin Johnson, third and fifth, respectively, in the money list PGA Tour.

The veteran Fred Couples, 52, whose caddy (Joe La Cava) accompanies Tiger now is fourth after the signing of 67 shots.


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