SHEBOYGAN, Wis. – For the first time in seven competitive rounds Tiger Woods is under par. For the first time in more than seven months the world No. 1 looks like he belongs there.
Woods is 2 under par through his first nine holes at the PGA Championship following a birdie-birdie start to his day. In fact, Woods one-putted his first four holes, matching the number of one-putts he had for 18 holes last Sunday at Firestone.
He is currently two shots off the early lead held by Jason Day and Charles Howell III.