Fair-weather Tiger back in the hunt

Updated: 25 February 2007 08:48 IST

San Diego: Tiger Woods' turnaround was just as drastic as the change in weather, from a gloomy fog to spectacular sunshine. Woods chipped in for eagle from 34 yards on the final hole on Friday in the Buick Invitational, giving him a 6-under 66 and sending a strong message about the state of his knee, not to mention his game. "It's just getting into the rhythm of competing," he said. Out of competition for two months because of knee surgery, Woods wasted no time getting into contention. He was only two strokes behind Marco Dawson and Brad Faxon, heading into the weekend of a tournament where he has never finished worse than fifth. (AP)
Topics : Golf
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