Masters 2019: Tiger Woods tied for 11th after 2-under 70

first_imgWoods, 43, has won four Masters in his career, but not one since the 2005 season.He is still looking for his 15th career major win as he has not won one since the 2008 U.S. Open. As tough his last bogey might have been, a great putt at the 14th hole put him in a tie at 3 under, which got the crowd [email protected] escapes from the trees on No. 14 and converts his 25-foot birdie putt to claim a share of the lead. pic.twitter.com/ub6VGCYxNI— Masters Tournament (@TheMasters) April 11, 2019“Overall it was a good solid day,” Woods told Sky Sports. “I grinded my way around the golf course, tried to take care of the par fives when I could, and other than that I just tried to stay mistake-free. It’s hard to do out here; it’s really hard to avoid bogeys. I made two today. Overall I’m only one back as of right now. It’s a good positive start with 54 to go.” Related News Masters 2019: Tiger Woods moves into share of early Round 1 lead Masters 2019: Tiger Woods 1-under midway through Round 1center_img Tiger Woods is off to a good start at this year’s Masters.The 14-time major winner shot a 2-under 70 to finish his day one shot back of the lead. He actually had a share of the lead going into the 17th hole, but a bogey dropped him close behind. He ultimately fell a little further back at the end of the round as Brooks Koepka lit up the course. He finished the day in a tie for 11th as Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau are tied for the lead at 6 under. He had his ups and downs on the day, finishing with four birdies and two bogeys, but playing Amen Corner at 1 under is certainly an encouraging sign and he felt good about how he played despite the challenges Augusta National always presents.“With Augusta National and how they like to set it up, they like to do things slightly different every now and then,” Woods said. “I’m sure that all of us have probably putted to 18 over on the top left, but not top center. It’s a little bit different over there. They like to give a little different look to it. They did at three. Three was a different pin, usually it’s a little bit deeper than that on that same line. They did a pretty good job setting it up.”Woods will tee off Friday at 1:49 p.m. ET alongside playing partners Haotong Li (Even par) and Jon Rahm (3 under).last_img