Tiger Woods continues his remarkable comeback at the Hero World Challenge

Tiger Woods continues his remarkable comeback at the Hero World Challenge

The day belonged to Tiger Woods, but the round of the day belonged to Charley Hoffman after a 9-under 63 Friday in Round 2 of the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas.

Woods got off to an incredible start as he made three birdies in the opening four holes before showing serious composure to save par on the rest of the front nine before making an eagle on the Par 5 ninth.

"Those are the internal struggles I haven't been through in a while". To come out here and score like I did, that was nice. "I have been playing a lot of holes [at home] but it's different teeing up in a tournament". "That was an eight to nine out of 10 performance from Tiger today", he said on Sky Sports. "It was fun to be part of a scorecard again".

Woods is seeking his first tournament win since 2013, and has not won a major since 2008.

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Hoffman, at 12 under, leads by three over Jordan Spieth and Tommy Fleetwood with a further shot back to Justin Rose while Woods, Hideki Matsuyama, Francesco Molinari, Rickie Fowler and Matt Kuchar are in a share of 5th at 7 under.

Woods, who is ranked 1,199th in the world, began as an outsider for an "unofficial" event which offers world ranking points.

Even for Woods - the redshirted one who, with is unprecedented showreel, taught golf to ignore every barrier that had ever been there before - this seemed surreal.

From there, he pitched to approximately 15 feet and burned the left edge with his birdie putt.

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