Like you, we haven’t been able to watch any of Tiger’s performance today, so only people at the Firestone Country Club can tell you how he’s swinging the clubs.But we can give you an update on his score: Even par through 9 holes.
Tiger had two bogeys early, but followed them up with back-to-back birdies.
He’s now moving to the “back nine” (which is actually the front, since he started his day on the course’s 10th hole.)
He’s still 2-under for the tourney, and six shots behind leader Adam Scott, who is also even through seven holes.
1:37pm | Back nine.
Tiger’s day is over and he finished 1-over par for the day. A double bogey on the sixth hole really hurt him. That leaves him one-under par for the tournament and well behind the leaders. Adam Scott is currently a 9-under with three others right behind him in second place.
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