When Tiger Woods strolled to the first tee Thursday morning, the temperature at Carnoustie was in the mid-40s.
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Woods had to contend with a tricky downhill lie on the 499-yard, par-4 12th, which he bogeyed. Woods dropped to two under as he headed to the 13th.
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After making the turn in 33, three shots under par, Woods put himself in an awkward spot off the tee on No. 10.
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After escaping the sand, Woods was left with a lengthy putt for par. He missed it and dropped to two under.
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Woods found a greenside bunker on the right side of the eighth hole and was forced to play a tricky shot from the sand.
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After making an eagle on the par-5 sixth hole, Woods crushed an iron off the tee and found the fairway on No. 7.
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When Tiger plays in the United States the crowds follow his every move. As evidenced here on the fifth tee, the same thing happens in Scotland.
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Woods put on gloves after making a par putt on No. 4 to stay at one under. He wore gloves between shots for most of his round.
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Tiger Woods studied the line of his birdie attempt on No. 3 as Justin Rose prepared for a bogey try. Woods made his, but Rose missed.
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After missing the fairway on No. 2, Woods was able to hack his way to a par.
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At the difficult 16th, Woods's tee shot barely made the front of the green. He was only trying to set up an easy two-putt from 90 feet when he sent the ball rolling toward the cup. It kept going and going and dropped in for birdie.
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Woods pulled out the driver to attack the 463-yard par-4 second hole.
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Woods elected to go with a long iron off the tee on No. 1, a 406-yard par 4. He went on to make par on the hole.
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Woods hit his second shot on the par-5 14th over the Spectacles bunkers and into the rough short and right of the green. He hit a low, high-spin shot that skidded to a stop 10 feet from the hole, but he missed the putt and settled for par.
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