Woods faces tricky test at the Heath


MELBOURNE, Australia (AP)—Tiger Woods has finished his first full practiceround at Kingston Heath for the Australian Masters, the shortest course he hasplayed this year and one that could prove to be a test.

Geoff Ogilvy , who grew up in Melbourne, said Wednesday that Woods will haveto think his way around Kingston Heath, which is a par 72 at only 7,059 yards.The course is firm and fast, framed beautifully by bunkers.

Woods says it’s a treat to play such courses.

Ogilvy says Woods will have to show “some of his best stuff” when theAustralian Masters gets started Thursday, but that the world’s No. 1 playerenjoys the challenge of old-style golf.