Tiger still in the woods

Woods dropped another shot at the 10th before getting back on track

Woods dropped another shot at the 10th before getting back on track

We can probably rule out Tiger Woods winning this weekend's Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas.

Woods was 10 strokes back but he had plenty of smiles as he answered the question of how he would do in his first tournament in almost 10 months following spinal fusion surgery.

Only in the closing five holes, where Woods twice had birdies and narrowly missed a third at the last, did the 41-year-old show he could again be a factor at the elite 18-man event that features eight of the world's top 10.

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Following rounds of 69 and 68 that saw him placed tied fifth at the halfway stage, Woods found it hard to handle the blustery conditions, carding a three over ar round of 75 for a total of four-under 212 and dropping to tied 10th. And as recently as June, Nicklaus said that if Woods should resume playing golf he still firmly believed that Woods, who turns 42 later this month, could challenge his record of 18 major championships.

"At that time, I had already played four par 5s and nothing happened".

Woods and compatriot Matt Kuchar tied in ninth place behind Italy's Francesco Molinari.

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First round leader Tommy Fleetwood (74) dropped to tied fifth along with Rickie Fowler (72), Patrick Reed (71), Matt Kuchar (72) and Hideki Matsuyama (72).

Hoffman countered two bogeys and a double-bogey with six birdies in a two-under 70 and a 14-under total of 202.

Woods, in his first tournament in almost 10 months following spinal fusion surgery, said he had some bad breaks on Saturday and that his game was better than his scorecard suggested. Whatever I did right ended up in a bad spot, and whatever I did wrong was really wrong. "Not quite hitting it as far, but I had the adrenaline going and overall, I'm very pleased".

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