BETHESDA, Md. – Tiger Woods may be the host with the most, but he has no interest in making things easy for his guests this week at Congressional. The world No. 1 followed his opening 64 with a second-round 66 to take the early Friday lead at the AT&T National.
Although he’s 0-for-1 at the AT&T after missing last year’s event following knee surgery, he’s won four of the 10 Chevron World Challenges. By comparison, Jack Nicklaus won the Memorial, which he started in 1976, just twice; and Arnold Palmer never won the Arnold Palmer Invitational since the event moved to Bay Hill Club & Lodge in 1979.
“I've always enjoyed being a selfish host, and that's winning the event,” Woods smiled on Thursday.