Tiger Tracker: Tiger Woods’ first round at the PGA Championship

The golf world endured a long wait to see Tiger Woods back in action when the sports world shut down in March because of COVID-19. We got a glimpse of Tiger in abysmal conditions at The Match II: Champions for Charity, and then a more formal look last month when he teed it up at the Memorial.

Woods closed out his 18th appearance in the Memorial on July 19 with a final-hole bogey that completed a 4-over-par 76 at and placed his name well down on the leaderboard at Muirfield Village Golf Club. The five-time winner of Jack Nicklaus’s annual gathering of the game’s best players posted rounds of 71-76-71-76 that left him at 6-over-par 294.

This week, Woods continues his quest for another major title at TPC Harding Park. He has a new putter in play — benching his iconic Scotty Cameron Newport 2 GSS that he used to win 14 of his 15 majors in favor of a new Scotty Cameron prototype.

Woods tees off at 11:33 a.m. EDT alongside Rory McIlroy and Justin Thomas.

We’re tracking his round, shot-by-shot.

No. 10 – Par 5

It’s an eerie feeling without crowds on a hazy morning at TPC Harding Park. Less fanfare than usual greet Tiger on the 10th tee, but he stripes one right down the middle regardless.

Pre-round

It’s not going to be warm in San Francisco this week, which makes Woods’ warm-up even more key. Here’s an idea.

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