Tiger Woods has led off each of his last two rounds by bogeying the first hole. Today, he got that monkey off his back and made par. He then proceeded to birdie the next two holes and is looking strong on the final day of the Masters.
As I write, Tiger actually just bogeyed four which is another hole that has given him some trouble this weekend. He still sits at -1 for the day and -6 for the tournament, five shots off the lead.
As for the leaders, Rory McIlroy has already dropped a stroke with a bogey on one and has hit the bunker twice on the second hole. He looks certain to start out bogey/bogey on his first two holes and so far it’s looking like a nightmare star for the young Irishman.
Meanwhile, South African Char Schwartzel birdied the first hole and is now just two shots off the lead. K.J. Choi has made par on his first two holes and remains three shots back.
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