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Hot putter keeps Tiger in U.S. Open blend


Tiger Woods checked a 1-under 70 in Round 1 at Pebble Beach
Tiger Woods' swing examination 2000 versus 2019

Hot putter keeps Tiger in U.S. Open blend


Stone BEACH, Calif. – Tiger Woods shot a 1-under 70 on Thursday at the U.S. Open. It could have been a great deal more awful notwithstanding some noteworthy putting.

The 81-time PGA TOUR victor required only 25 putts, one-putting 11 greens to guarantee he stayed inside striking separation of pioneer Justin Rose who shot 6-under 65. Rose, playing with Woods, tied the most reduced opening round in a U.S. Open at Pebble Beach. That record recently had a place with Woods alone from 2000.

It probably won't have been vintage Woods like it was at the turn of the thousand years when he succeeded at this setting by 15 shots however it was vintage Woods trickiness. The 15-time real champ made a point to constrain the harm of his poor shots with key recuperation shots and afterward made the putts that made a difference.

In all he made 120-feet, 1-inch worth of putts including a 30-foot standard save money on the fourteenth to keep up his round.

Woods battled with his methodology game, hitting only nine of the 18 greens in guideline. His three birdies in the initial seven openings were to some degree nullified by a twofold intruder on the standard 3 fifth. He caused 11 straight standards to near the round.

"I didn't hit my irons as fresh as I'd like. I attempted to miss the ball in the right spots, and two or multiple times where I had wedges in my grasp I was simply dumping, focal point of the green, proceed onward, get my 30-, 40-footer and proceed onward about my business and take my prescription when I was in an awful spot and only sort of granulate it out," Woods said.

"It was simply keeping it together, only regular of the U.S. Open. I made two or three putts, yet most of the putts were all tough. Furthermore, that is the way to playing this fairway, you can't be past the banner.

"I'm satisfied to shoot under standard today."

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