Tiger Woods returned to professional golf after withdrawing from the Masters in April. He showed some rust. However, there were instances in which he showed his skills. According to sports news reports, Woods finished three over par at 75. Thus, he was 18th out of 20 golfers.

Woods striped the first fairway center to the left on his opening tee shot. According to bookie pay per head reports, he had some incredible birdies despite struggling. A notable one is a lengthy putt on the eleventh.

Not every shot Woods took was as spectacular. For instance, he failed to escape a bush at the 15th hole.

Tiger Woods Returned to Professional Golf

Tiger Woods Returned to Professional Golf at Albany Golf ClubAs part of his late collapse, which included bogeys on the following two holes, Woods would make a double-bogey on the fifteenth. On the 18th, he made a tap-in par to stem the bleeding. According to sportsbook pay per head sources, he made nine of eighteen putts in regulation on the day and struck six of thirteen fairways.

Woods made four birdies that afternoon, but after each one, he lost momentum and bogeyed the following hole. Perhaps a sign of a new slog as Woods attempts to recover from ankle fusion surgery earlier this year, his 3-over back nine was far worse than his even-par front nine.

Woods is trying to get back into the swing of things after another lengthy sabbatical, this time stemming from ankle fusion surgery he opted to have after a rough week at Augusta earlier this year. Woods will be competing at the PNC Championship soon alongside son Charlie, and he plans to play in several events in 2019. This is his first big tournament appearance since 2020.

With rounds of 67s to their names, Tony Finau and Brian Harman are atop the Hero World Challenge leaderboard at 5-under. On Sunday, the no-cut tournament will resume.

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