Tiger still in the woods

Esther Moore
December 4, 2017

Fowler began the final round seven strokes back from overnight leader Charley Hoffman, but surged up the leaderboard with a lightning start to his Sunday in the Bahamas.

"I showed some good signs", Woods told NBC Sports after finishing the four days at eight-under 280.

Breezy conditions made sub-par rounds hard at the Albany course with overnight leader Hoffman one of the few to deliver, surging to a five-stroke lead after a birdie at 18 for a two-under 70 and a 202 total. "I hit some really good shots out there (and am ready for) a bright future. and no pain".

By the time he had finished the first 10 holes, he was already five-over for his round till he made a late recovery with a pair of birdies on the back nine. "It's pretty cool", he said.

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"Anything that I did right ended up in a bad spot, and then anything I did wrong it was really bad", Woods said. "This is the way I've been playing at home, and when I came out here and played, I was playing very similar to this". "Now I am able to sit back and enjoy it a little bit more".

He definitely had the Albany course figured over the first nine holes on Sunday. Instead, Woods shot 40 on the front nine, didn't make a birdie until the 14th hole and wound up with a 75. Two more bogeys on the sixth and seventh put him four over for the day as his challenge threatened to unravel, and a further bogey on the 10th further deepened the gloom.

Hoffman, who started the day with a five-stroke lead, shot 72 and faded to second at 274.

"You've got to keep fighting, and that's one of things I've always done in my entire career is just keep fighting and try to post the best number I possibly could", Woods added.

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