Tiger Woods back on the leaderboard and back turning heads

Tiger returns and the world’s going crazy

Tiger returns and the world’s going crazy

Following a stretch of four pars, he reached the par-5 ninth hole in two, then drained a 20-foot eagle putt to grab sole possession of the lead.

Woods's back nine was much more uneven, with a three-putt bogey at the par-3 12th, and another bogey at 18, where he fanned his tee shot into some clumpy sand right of the fairway. "I have the chance now to play competitive golf again", Woods said afterwards when asked how satisfying his play had been.

Woods, making his first start since withdrawing from the Dubai Desert Classic in February, went out in 35 shots with two birdies and a bogey, before returning in 34 shots with three birdies and a bogey. With AP Photos.One of the biggest cheers at the Hero World Challenge was seeing the name Tiger Woods go to the top of the leaderboard.

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Tiger Woods was able to improve on yesterday's comeback round at the Hero World Challenge with an even better score on Friday. I blew majority past the hole. "I just played solid". A similar three-putt followed at the par five 15th, leading to a disappointing par before a final dropped shot of the day at the 18th - after driving right into the scrubland - will leave somewhat of a sour taste.

"The only thing I struggled with was the speed of the greens". "The greens they seemed to be a foot faster", he said after his round. The first five holes I hit a lot of good shots and felt like I had a good rhythm and a couple birdies early on. Already Woods has gone in to eighth favourite to win the US Masters in April at 20/1, shorter odds than the defending champion Sergio Garcia among others.

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American Airlines is the largest US carrier. "This is a crisis right now, and in that crisis, they've gone solo", he said. The new and the old visual design of American Airlines together at Miami International Airport, Miami, Florida.

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