In his first round since withdrawing last week at the Honda Classic, Tiger Woods continued to struggle with his golf game in the early stages of the Cadillac Championship despite a late run that got his round back on track.
Woods, who pulled out on Sunday at the Honda because of back spasms, decided to play this week at Doral despite not hitting a golf shot more than 60 yards all week heading into the event and not seeing all the changes made to a golf course he has won four times on. Tiger made one bogey in his opening nine holes before a weather delay forced players to complete their opening round on Friday, but that was when things really started to go bad for the No. 1 player in the world.
Tiger made just one par on his final nine holes, adding four bogeys, a double-bogey and three birdies to finish at 4-over 76. Woods had a chance to get his round back on track after his double-bogey on the par-4 14th, making three consecutive birdies to get back to 3-over for the day, but hisRead More »from Tiger Woods opens with 4-over 76 at the Cadillac Championship