Woods finishes strong with final-round 68 at Hero

Woods finishes strong with final-round 68 at Hero

If history is anything to go by, the likely return to his first full-field TOUR event will come at the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines in late January, the last place Woods played in an official event.

The future looks bright for Tiger Woods after the 79-time PGA TOUR victor successfully negotiated all four rounds at the Hero World Challenge in his long-awaited comeback from back surgery.

Following a flawless front-nine 31, Woods stumbled with a sloppy double-bogey on the 10th hole. "I have always said that Tiger has a great work ethic, and he has put in the time and hard work to first get healthy and then to ready himself for competitive golf". "At that time I've already played four par-fives and nothing happened".

"The shot that really threw me for a loop was the shot at three", Woods said. Overall I'm very pleased.

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He definitely had the Albany course figured over the first nine holes on Sunday.

Woods posted three under-par rounds for the week, including a final-round 4-under 68 that featured his eagle on No. 7 and a half-dozen birdies. Bogeys on the par-five sixth, par-four seventh and par-four 10th further deepened the gloom.

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.

It left the 14-time major victor at four under, 10 shots off the lead held by American Charley Hoffman on the par-72 Albany Golf Club course. He added three birdies on the back nine but closed poorly, with bogeys on the final two holes. "We took care of that and kept it rolling".

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