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WATCH: Tiger Woods holes out for eagle at the Memorial Tournament

By Daniel Wilco
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Tiger Woods' first round at the Memorial Tournament was nothing to write home about, after an even-par 72 left him tied for 50th.

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But Friday, Woods came roaring back. After four birdies in seven holes on the front nine, Woods sat on the fairway of the Par-5 11 after two shots. Then he did this:

Vintage Tiger.

Play was suspended due to rain, but Tiger managed one more birdie in the round — on 15 — before a bogey on 17:

Woods finished the day with a 5-under 67, putting him at a tie for 24th place, just six shots off the lead heading into the weekend.

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