Woods struggles as Rose leads in San Diego

Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods strike 3 birdies, 5 bogeys and one double spook in an haphazard opening turn during Torrey Pines

Tiger Woods strike a unsatisfactory four-over-par 76 during his initial full PGA Tour eventuality for roughly 18 months.

England’s Justin Rose leads a Farmers Insurance Open in San Diego on 7 underneath after carding an considerable initial turn of 65, including dual eagles.

Woods, 41, struggled on a behind nine, dropping 5 shots in 4 holes during Torrey Pines, where he won a 2008 US Open, a final of his 14 vital titles.

It is a American’s second contest given 15 months out with a behind injury.

The former universe series one’s rival lapse came during a Hero World Challenge in December, when he tied for 15th out of 17 during a invitational event.

In his initial full-sanctioned PGA Tour eventuality back, Woods again struggled, following adult uninterrupted birdies during 10 and 11 with 3 true bogeys and afterwards a double spook during 15.

A serve spook during 17 followed before Woods birdied a final on a South Course, withdrawal him in a tie for 133rd in a margin of 155 competitors and in risk of blank a cut.

The foe sees players separate a initial 36 holes between a North and South Courses during Torrey Pines, before personification a final dual rounds on a South Course during a weekend.

Rose leads a pack


Justin Rose continued his excellent form of 2016 with an considerable turn of 65 to take a lead in San Diego

Playing on a North Course, Rose reached a incited during one underneath before surging adult a leaderboard with a peppery behind nine.

After a birdie on his 10th hole, a Olympic champion struck dual eagles and dual birdies in a final 5 holes, a spook during a par-three eighth a usually blemish.

Rose leads by one shot forward of Canada’s Adam Hadwin, who strike a six-under 66 on a South Course.

Defending champion Brandt Snedeker of a United States is tied for eighth place on 4 under.