Woods then delivered perhaps his best putt of the day, a tough par save on No. 7 that elicited one of Tiger's trademark fist pumps as the ball hit the bottom of the cup.
He responded from double-bogey after a loose putt on his 14th hole by chipping in from a bunker two holes later to deliver birdie, only to give the shot back on his final hole to wrap up a frustrating day.
Quotable: "I usually got a good memory, I guess, so I take good notes and kind of remember what you want to do on each hole".
He's making his fourth official PGA Tour start since undergoing a fourth back surgery last April and he's certainly trending in the right direction.
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Woods began to climb the leaderboard when he birdied the par-four 12th and par-three 13th, putting irons to within six to eight feet on both holes and sinking the follow-up putts.
"I think I did pretty good", Kim said.
The last time that happened was during the third round of the Wyndham Championship in August 2015 and the last time Woods led outright after a PGA Tour round was after his last win in the 2013 WGC-Bridgestone. I'm hitting the shots.
Woods said afterward it was his left forearm that took the brunt of the blow, and he downplayed any injury, although few would be surprised if a bit of ice were necessary overnight. But he made back-to-back bogeys at the 12th and 13th before playing the remaining five holes in 1 under.
"Maybe I need to steal a few shots here and there and get some good things going, " said Watney, winless since August 2012. "I'm able to play more feel golf, just trying to figure out how to play golf again". "I moved all the people and even warned them in case the club breaks and gets over there".