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Despite the debut of a new putting machine, Tiger Woods works to a 70 equality on Quicken Loans National.
It was Tiger Woods who used a new puttingter and got the same average results on Thursday in the Quicken Loans National. Voods fought back from a doubles bow tie with five even birdies from eight foot or nearer. Only two of them made it and he had to be content with a balanced 70 park, so he lost seven rounds in the opening round of the TPC Potomac on Avenel Farm.
J.J. Spaun met him in the morning and joined the group behind Woods without anyone realising he was free of bogeys while he ran away five birdie in a seven-hole course. Landry, who won the Texas Open in April for his first PGA Tour championship, also had a new puttingter in his pocket.
The whole focus was on Woods, who had been hoping that a mallet-sized puttingter could help him get out of a putting situation. Voods also kept his lap from deteriorating with two major pars to take the rear nine, with an up s and downs of 147 on number 11 after riding them into the tree.
Woods had no sensible hope of a birdy even when he held it from the tea in the small pot until number 5, and he failed from 10 heights. Then he got into difficulties on the 6th par-4, beginning with a drive to the right, caramelized by a caramelised wood, and ended up on a cut trail leading from the tea to the Fairway.
Wood tried to beat a 3 on the greens and it was brief and in danger. It had to fall rougher, came up just before the greens and made a 4 foot putting to get away with a doubles boy. At the next pit, he blew a good drive to the right, across the balcony, and had to return to the game.
Said the 6-foot putst gave him a good boost, and he was never under much pressure for the remainder of the afternoon. Wood failed by 10 ft and six ft on his next two orifices. It made its first bird-ie on the No. 14 with a 3-Fuß-Putt, only to miss with the next Loch from seven foot height badly. 2.
I didn't really have anything that went through the mid part of the lap," Woods said. Well, I got some bad tees and didn't really give myself a shot. He had no meat with the puttingter and said that he was rolling it well and beating many good puts that didn't please.
Andrew Putnam was also 64 years old while he played in the afternoons. Both Beau Hossler and Abraham Ancer were also behind. Wood has been at least six shots past - and no better than a tally for a twenty-ninth - after the opening round of his last six tournaments dated to the Masters.