Quiet start for Woods


AUGUSTA, Ga. – Tiger Woods teed off nearly three hours after and four strokes adrift Ross Fisher, your early Masters pacesetter, and the best that can be said through two holes is that he hasn’t lost honors on the tee yet.

Woods’ fairway wood tee shot at No. 1 found the left-center of the fairway on his way to a routine par and his drive at the par-5 second drifted into a fairway bunker and he made par, which was hardly cause for concern considering the hole is playing into the wind on Thursday and Woods’ history on the second..

Woods is now 25 under par in his career on the second with 27 birdies, 34 pars and no eagles.