Tiger Woods made his return to the PGA Tour at the Bridgestone Invitational in Akron, Ohio, where he shot a two-under par, BET
The golfer, who has recently made headlines for reasons other than his athletic talents, was back after a three-month hiatus. Woods took a break from golf because of knee and Achilles tendon injuries.
“It feels great,” Woods said to reporters afterward. “As anybody who’s been off and who’s been injured, first time back it’s a little nervous to see what happens. But my practice sessions were good, so there’s no reason why I should be worried out there. I went out there and let it go, let it rip and see what happens.”
Woods is six strokes behind leader Adam Scott who, coincidentally, has hired Steve Williams, Woods’ recently fired caddie.
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