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Much like Friday's opening nine, it didn't take a low number for Tiger Woods to get within striking distance early on moving day at the Honda Classic. He acknowledged being exhausted coming off the West Coast Swing, but posted his lowest career round at PGA National on Thursday.
"I feel like I'm right there", Woods said after finishing at 141, 1 over par and in a tie for 14th.
However, the man of the moment at the event, Tiger Woods, one-under through 14 holes, overcame a double bogey and a bogey on 15th and 16th before finding a stunning birdie on the tough 17th.
"It was a good one", Woods said of the drive. This is a golf course where you've got to hit greens. Only 10 players are under par through 36 holes. And the battle will continue as conditions will not ease on the weekend.
"I played quite steady my front nine, which was the back nine, then I just scrambled my way around the front nine", said Noren, a nine-times European Tour victor who lost a playoff at the Farmers Insurance Open last month. "It was a tough day out there for all of us, and even par is a good score". "I don't know why it was so much harder, the wind wasn't as severe (as Thursday)".
The difficulty was the wind, which blew hard not just in the morning but also the afternoon.
"It's a strong test out there".
The most-owned player in the PGA TOUR Fantasy Golf presented by SERVPRO has forced most of us to scramble to substitute for the weekend. But heading into the Honda Classic, Woods said he was once again getting used to the cadence of playing professional golf and acclimating to the ramped-up pressure when a scorecard is in his pocket. "I wasn't very good on Friday, more importantly I didn't putt very good". I'm hitting the ball flush and on top of that, I'm really controlling the trajectory.
"I made two bad swings and they cost me three shots there at 15 and 16", he said. A day after finding the water right at the par-3 15th, Woods bailed well left in the rough.
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