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Jul 3rd, 2015

Tiger Woods at The Greenbrier Classic

four-under-par 66 on the first day of The Greenbrier Classic.

Former world number one Tiger Woods carded his best round of the year with a four-under-par 66 on the first day of The Greenbrier Classic. It was Woods' lowest score on the PGA tour since March 2014 as he shot seven birdies in West Virginia.

The 14-time major winner has struggled for form in 2015 and is currently ranked 220th in the world, but on Thursday, Woods broke 70 for just the third time his year and the first time since the third round of the Masters in April.

"I felt like I wasn't that far away," said Woods. "I know people think I'm crazy for saying that, but I just felt like I wasn't that far. I just had to make a couple little tweaks, and I felt like I pulled that off."

USA's Scott Langley was clubhouse leader on eight-under with England's Brian Davis two shots of the leader on six-under.

TAGS: News, 2015