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The 2018 Pros is formally underway. Tiger Woods was at two over par through 15 holes, sitting six strokes behind leader Henrik Stenson.PGA legends Gary Player and Jack Nicklaus hit honorary tee shots to kick off the yearly Augusta championship this morning.
All eyes at the golf club is going to be on Augusta National Golf Course in Georgia this week to get its very first major PGA Championship of the year. The 2018 Pros will meet its title with golf’s greatest stars vying for a coveted green jacket for the winner following four rounds which culminate on Sunday. In accordance with CBS’ Jim Nantz, each one the fan-favorite “top echelon” players are wholesome, which makes this season’s Masters among the most expected in years.
Sergio García will probably be seeking to repeat as winner this season. However, he’ll have stiff competition in Phil Mickelson, who has been hot lately. Mickelson has won the Masters three times, most recently in 2010.
Tiger Woods will soon be playing his first Experts since 2015. He’s four Pros wins, but has not donned the green coat since 2005. Tiger’s tee was 10:42 a.m. His team is featured in the present Pros live stream.
How can Tiger and the remainder of the field fare? Our buddies at CBS Sports have Experts picks, odds and projections.AUGUSTA, Ga. — Maybe, in hindsight, we’re becoming a little overly positive.
Tiger Woods’ name never appeared on the leaderboard Thursday at the Experts. He endured back-to-back bogeys. He made crucial mistakes off the tee in the worst possible moment, breaking himself a chance at birdies on a few Augusta National’s enticing par-5s.
And there he was, buoyed from the day’s biggest and most unruly audiences on a clear, crispy late afternoon and early afternoon at Augusta National, shooting an unspectacular yet somehow entirely acceptable one-over level 73 in his first round in the Masters in 3 decades and his first round in a major since the PGA Championship in August 2015.
The 42-year-old Tiger was not great, but he sure was not bad. He seemed completely comfortable walking the mountains of Augusta National with this fused back of that newfound confidence gained from his astonishingly powerful play half a dozen championships over the previous four weeks. “I played the par 5s sloppily,” he explained. “This has been the difference. Play these halfway decent, get two birdies, and I am under par.”
We know for certain that the older Tiger is back. Does not that remark sound just like him? He believes he is going to win this item. He is behind a number of the best names in golf, a selection of all-stars, old and young, most of whom could conquer him but of course he believes he is going to win.
His assurance has been made possible by one key 2 well-played holes on the back nine.This small run started when Woods hit his tee shot to Rae’s Creek at the front of the green onto the par-3 12th. He left himself with a 15-foot putt for bogey. Miss it and he’d have dropped to 4-over on the afternoon. He gathered it in.He then birdied 14 and 16, a mini-Tiger surge, playing the last six holes at 2-under.
“I got myself back into this championship, and that I could have easily let it slide away,” Woods explained. “I fought hard to get it back in there, and I am back in this tournament. There is a whole lot of holes to be played with. You will find a lot of men right around two‑over level, which will be near four or five in the close of this day. It is going to be packaged, we understood that. The weather will change. It is going to be interesting the following 54 holes”
Interestingly, Woods hasn’t missed the cut in the Masters as an expert. The only time that he did not make it into the weekend was in 1996, four weeks prior to turning pro.
Since he left the 18th green, he breathed a sigh of relief. “A good, strong beginning,” he explained. He was not on the leaderboard, but he was certainly back.The 42-year-old world number 103 had just two birdies in the last five holes at the Georgia sun but couldn’t improve his list of breaking 70 just once in 21 opening rounds in the Masters. .
Following his initial aggressive 18 holes in the Augusta National to get 1,089 days, ” he explained: “It feels fantastic to be back; it has been some time. I had been excited about grinding it out and that I left a tiny comeback on the back nine to put myself back to the tournament.” Australian Marc Leishman, the 34-year-old world 16 playing Woods and Englishman Tommy Fleetwood, birdied two of the first 3 holes and held the lead at four under until he broken to the water in the 15th and made a double bogey — ending using a two-under 70.