Tiger Woods teed it up in the United States for the first time since the Presidents Cup on Thursday and played pretty well other than an opening-hole bogey.
He had an opportunity at No. 18, after sticking an iron to six feet, to get in at 2 under but lipped the putt out and had to settle for a 1-under 71. He trails leader Zach Johnson by four but there are only three other golfers in between them.
Here are the five golfers under par (of the 18-man field):
Here's a look at Woods' scorecard:
Woods spoke to Steve Sands of Golf Channel after his round and said he was pretty pleased with how he played.
"I made a few mistakes today. Just my feel. Obviously on the very first hole I missed a short one."
He almost had another birdie at No. 9 after nearly chipping in from a greenside bunker. Here's a video of that shot along with a guy at the end doing the SportsCenter theme "da na nuh, da na nuh."
All things considered it was a good day for Woods who has only finished outside the top five at this tournament one time.
It's an elite field -- which is awesome for fans -- and they put on a show on Thursday. I expect more of the same from Woods and Co. on Friday.