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Golf's young guns up for Tiger Woods challenge

03 Декабря 2017

The day belonged to Tiger Woods, but the round of the day belonged to Charley Hoffman after a 9-under 63 Friday in Round 2 of the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas.

Showing no signs of limits in his swing, Woods had two birdies - the first by reaching the 572-yard par-five third hole in two and another at the par-three eighth - before closing with a disappointing bogey on the par-five ninth when he was greenside in two but struggled with his short game.

The solid effort, which included an eagle, four birdies and two bogeys, left the former world number one at seven-under 137 in his first tournament in almost 10 months following spinal fusion surgery.

"I thought I did great", he told broadcaster Sky Sports. "It's going to take time, a lot more practice, a lot more training and more tournaments". To come out here and score like I did, that was nice.

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"Tiger is back", Carter said of Woods' Thursday performance. "It was fun to be part of a scorecard again".

Woods went out in 31 in his second round, but four bogeys and not a single birdie saw him plummet down the leaderboard with nine holes to play on quickening greens at the Albany Golf Course.

That was cancelled out by a bogey on nine, but further birdies on 10, 13 and 14 thrust him into contention before a wild tee shot on 15 led to a second bogey of the day.

Fleetwood's countryman Justin Rose (68) was alone in fourth on eight-under, with Woods a stroke back alongside Matt Kuchar and Rickie Fowler, who both shot 70s, Japan's Hideki Matsuyama (66) and Italy's Francesco Molinari (68).

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Golf's young guns up for Tiger Woods challenge