His irons? He holed a 131-yard approach from the fairway at the sixth hole for eagle to go 5 under through six holes.
His tee shots? He drove it over the 303-yard fourth green and got up and down for birdie.
His putter? He holed a 48-footer for birdie at the second hole.
Nine shots down at day’s start, Woods has climbed within four shots with the leaders still two hours away from teeing off. With the low scores being posted this week, and so many players in front of Woods, he might need a 59 to have a chance to win.