Tiger had to work to avoid a bogey at the 16th after a poor tee shot. But he gets up and down from a tricky spot left of the green to salvage par. He walks to the 17th tee at 6 over.
Tiger finally makes a birdie, rolling in a long putt at the 15th. As the ball tumbled into the hole, Woods threw his arms up in the air. After a day like he's had, there's not much more you can do than laugh.
In his practice round earlier this week, Tiger Woods found himself in the deep bunker at No. 14. Left his first attempt in the bunker. Hit a few more, just in case he was back in it during competition. Well, guess what? That's where he was in the first round. He got the ball out, but nowhere close. The bogey train rolls on.