Tiger Woods is off and running at the Deutsche Bank Championship. Woods who is looking to win one of these FedEx play-offs is only one shot back of the leader at 2 under par. We have seen Woods do this before, the key to Tiger having success this week will be his ability to hold it together for all 4 rounds. Woods who has gotten off to good starts before hasn’t been able to keep it together for the later rounds. Woods started on the back nine at the TPC Boston.

Tigers would start off with a par on 10, a birdie on 11, he made par on 12 and another birdie on 13 to get within one stroke of the leaders who are tied at 3 under par. The group at three under includes D.A. Points, Scott Stallings and Adam Scott. We will see if Tiger can continue to play near the top of the leader board as the weekend goes on. If he is going to contend, he has to putt better than we saw the last week.

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  1. sportsbaron1

    Wake me up if he’s still one shot behind the leaders on Sunday. Otherwise I’m not holding my breath. As you indicated, we’ve been here far too often with him to get excited over a good start. Tiger has proven that he’s still talented enough to be among the leaders after 36 holes. The question is, WHEN will he finally relax, bring his successful practice rounds into game competition and FINISH his good starts CONSISTENTLY?

    Santa Monica


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