Tiger Woods makes long birdie putt to finish bogey-free opening 9
Tiger Woods is making a move on moving day.
With other golfers posting low scores in the earlier tee times, including Justin Rose's 64, Woods joined the fun by shooting a bogey-free 33 on the front 9. That moved him to 3-under for the tournament.
At No. 9, Woods made a long birdie putt and even celebrate with a little fist pump before making the turn.
Woods shot 71-71 to start The Open Championship at Carnoustie. It's the first time he's played in The Open since 2015, when he missed the cut. By playing even through the first two rounds, Woods made the cut at The Open Championship for the first time since 2014. Woods has won The Open three times: 2000, 2005 and 2006.
After making the turn, Woods birdied No. 10 and No. 11 to get to 5-under.