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Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy off to torrid start at Aronimink

08 September 2018

Tiger Woods reads the 12th green during the first round of the 2018 Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow Club on May 3, 2018 in Charlotte, North Carolina. His best 9-hole score was a 28 in the 2007 Tour Championship, and his 29 on Thursday matched four other instances, most recently at the WGC Mexico in 2006. He was 1-over after eight and made his first birdie of the day on No. 9.

Woods, who started his day on the 10th hole, sank five birdies in addition to an eagle at the par-5 16th to shoot a 29 on his first nine holes of the week.

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Still, but for a few narrow misses with a putter that had been so steady Thursday, Woods would've drawn close to Schauffele.

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The 14-time major victor Woods and McIlroy have a one-stroke lead after both shot eight-under 62 which marked the American's best PGA first round since the 1999 Byron Nelson Classic.

After a 15-minute wait on the tee at the difficult par-3 No. 8-a 246-yarder that has played as the third-hardest par 3 on the PGA Tour since 2011-Woods tugged a 4-iron long and left, leading to an awkward chip and, eventually, his first bogey of the day. "I'm not going to say it stings too bad because I'd much rather shoot 62 today and win the golf tournament Sunday than shoot 59 today and maybe not win".

Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy off to torrid start at Aronimink