Tiger Woods falls out of lead at BMW Championship

Tiger Woods off to insane start with season on the line

Tiger Woods Takes the Lead at the BMW Championship

Northern Ireland's McIlroy had made a remarkable start to his first round on Thursday, sitting at nine-under par with five holes remaining, but two bogeys in his last three holes brought him back to a more modest 62.

McIlroy was on the second green when he looked over at Woods, who had just hit wedge to 4 inches for birdie on the seventh hole and was waiting for the green to clear on the par-3 eighth. McIlroy drained an eight-foot birdie at the 18th, then holed three more putts between eight and nine feet consecutively as he made the turn.

Woods is also first in strokes gained putting so far for the tournament. "It turned into even par which is not what I needed to do today".

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Everything else felt that way Thursday in the BMW Championship, where Woods had his lowest score in an opening round in almost 20 years and his best score on the PGA Tour since his last victory more than five years ago. It was his lowest round since a 61 in the 2013 Bridgestone Invitational at Firestone, the most recent of his 79 PGA Tour victories. He didn't hit anything longer than a 9-iron into the par 4s and didn't miss a green until his 14th hole.

"I've got to make birdies over the weekend".

Not so fast, came the response from Xander Schauffele on Friday as he backed up a first round 63 with a second round 64.

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It is highly unlikely for the 35-year-old Oosthuizen to claim an elusive FedEx Cup title, as he must win both the BMW Championship and Tour Championships and rely on current leader Bryson DeChambeau to have consecutive poor finishes.

"I hit a lot of lovely putts that were on top of the edge and then obviously hit a couple bad ones on the last hole". The crowd was much thinner for McIlroy, but those fans saw quite a show.

Two days after he was selected by Jim Furyk as a Ryder Cup captain's pick, Woods chose to put his trusty Scotty Cameron back in the bag after he'd employed two other Taylormade flatsticks in play recently.

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"It was a hard task to try and flight one to get it back there without, you know, hitting it over the back".

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