Round 1 at the 2011 Bridgestone Invitational

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After a three-month break to recover from knee and Achilles injuries, Tiger Woods made his return to golf on Thursday at the Bridgestone Invitational. He shot a two-under 68.
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Woods hadn't made a birdie since the 15th hole in the final round at the Masters. That drought ended at the 10th hole on Thursday.
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Woods hit wayward drives on several of his opening holes, but managed to make pars on each of his first nine holes.
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Woods sported a pair of Nike prototype golf shoes during his opening round.
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Woods's longtime friend Bryon Bell is caddying for him this week. Woods has said Bell is working on an interim basis while he searches for full-time help.
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Woods is a seven-time winner at this event.
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Adam Scott fired an eight-under 62 to grab a one-shot lead.
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Jason Day fired a bogey-free 63, two shots off the course record.
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Rory McIlroy made two early bogeys on his opening nine but rallied to finish with a 68.
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Luke Donald shot a two-under 68.
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D.A. Points poured in seven birdies against three bogeys while shooting a 66.