Five-time champion and World No. 1199 Tiger Woods bogeyed his final two holes en route to a 4-under-par 31-37=68 in the final round of the Hero World Challenge to conclude his 16th appearance on 8-under 280, now up one place to T9. "It's pretty cool", he said.
"I talked to Dustin Johnson and Rickie Fowler last week, they have played some golf with Tiger and they were both very impressed with him and how far he was hitting it. Day to day stuff was very hard for me to do", Woods said. For whatever reason, I find myself really enjoying this comeback.
"Play enough, but not play too much", Woods said.
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And Southgate has warned that underestimating teams heading into the tournament would not be wise. They will face Belgium on June 28 in Kaliningrad in a thrilling conclusion to the group stage.
Woods, who is playing for the first time since February, was in trouble from the opening hole, hitting his tee shot at the first into the sand bordering the fairway.
"I've missed the fight and getting out there and competing, fighting against the golf course and the guys. How many? Where? I don't know yet, but we'll figure it out".
After two strong rounds put the former world No. 1 in contention for his first win since 2013, Woods recorded four of his five bogeys in the first seven holes to slip to 10th at four-under 212, 10 strokes behind leader Charley Hoffman.
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"You've got to keep fighting, and that's one of things I've always done in my entire career is just keep fighting and try to post the best number I possibly could", Woods added.
Jordan Spieth (72) and England's Justin Rose (71) were tied for second at nine-under 207, one stroke ahead of Italy's Francesco Molinari (71).
A sixth straight birdie at the sixth pulled Fowler into a share of the lead, before holing a 10-foot gain at the par-four next to claim the outright advantage.
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