by Jeff Skinner
Even though Tiger Woods sits in a tie for fifteenth at The AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am he is right in the mix. While Tiger’s four under par is five strokes back of the lead you have to consider that he played the toughest of the three courses, Spyglass Hill. The lower scores were shot on the other two courses and it is doubtful that there will be the same type of perfect weather for those who yet have to play Spyglass.
Overall, Woods played a very solid round of golf. He hit twelve of fourteen fairways and thirteen of eighteen greens and was happy with his putter. He said his main problem was his wedge game and his approaches to the green weren’t really landing in the right places. He was leaving himself too far from the hole to really have a chance at many birdies.