Tiger Woods ties for the lead

Tricia Pearson
December 2, 2017

Woods started with a birdie after an excellent approach shot and picked up another stroke at the third, before a brilliant second shot at the fourth gave him a short putt for a share of the lead.

"Frankie woke up about 4am so I fed him and went back to bed but then I got back up and had a bit of toast and then a couple hours later we woke up again and had more play time with Frankie and then went to the course", he said.

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.

NASSAU, Bahamas - Tiger Woods offered a blast from the past on Friday afternoon - and just maybe a glimpse into the future.

Tiger Woods is was tied for the lead Friday after 13 holes of the Hero World Challenge, an 18-player exhibition tournament in the Bahamas.

"I thought I did great", he told broadcaster Sky Sports. After a booming drive of 295 yards down the fairway at the par five ninth he was left with 271 yards to the green. Those are the internal struggles I haven't had for a while.

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"After that 31 on the front I could have got two more on the back nine, so that's frustrating", Woods said afterwards.

Woods reacts to a missed putt on the 12th green.

Charley Hoffman put on a show of his own in the second round, carding 12 birdies, including five straight to close out his round.

Indeed that was what caused a first dropped shot of the day at the 12th after he raced his birdie putt past and failed to make the par putt back.

But, overall, the signs are good.

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