- Tiger Woods finished his first round at the Masters on Thursday at 2-under, just a shot off the leaders when he entered the clubhouse.
- Breaking down his round, Woods was visibly confident and reminded viewers that he had shot the same first-round score the past four times he’s won at Augusta National.
- Woods’ confidence is well-founded, as he’s comeback from much further down the leaderboard in the past to win the green jacket.
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Tiger Woods was oozing with confidence after his opening round at the Masters on Thursday.
Woods, who hasn’t won a major tournament since 2008, looked in fine form, finishing the day with a 2-under round of 70 that placed him just a shot off the leaders as he entered the clubhouse.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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