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Tiger Woods’ slow start to the 120th U.S. Open didn’t last long.
After bogeys at Nos. 4 and 5, Woods birdied three of his next six holes, including three straight from Nos. 9-11, to climb into early contention at Winged Foot.
Woods’ birdie barrage began at the par-4 sixth, where he laid back off the tee before wedging it to 7 feet and making the putt.
A poor drive at the par-5 ninth forced another layup, but Woods holed a 30-footer from just off the green.
He followed with a 24-foot birdie make at the par-3 10th hole.
And for his third birdie in a row, Woods got one to drop from just inside 20 feet at the par-4 11th to get into red numbers at 1 under.
3⃣ in a row for 🐅
— Golf Channel (@GolfChannel) September 17, 2020