Tiger Woods Returns to PGA Tour
San Martin, CA
Tiger Woods says he's been spending his time practicing and "learning to go low again."
Woods, who has moved to his new residence on Jupiter Island, shot a 62 at his new home course, Greg Norman's Medalist Golf Club as he prepared for his return to the PGA Tour this week.
"I'm very pleased with every facet of my game," Woods said on Wednesday after he finished his final practice work for the Frys.com Open.
"Im getting back to my normal routine. I've had plenty of time to practice. I've been playing a lot of golf at home, 36 holes a day and I'm learning to go low again. When I shot the 62, it was easy and I left a few shots out there."
Woods will be making his first appearance in this event, the second on the tour's Fall Series. He will also be teeing it up for the first time with new caddie Joe LaCava on the bag.
"Joe came out last week and got the yardages, I told him what I like, what I look for," Woods said.
Woods said this week the only problem he's had thus far is the face of the greens. "They're much slower here so I'll go out and do some more work on that this afternoon," Woods said.
Woods will be paired the first two rounds with amateur standout Patrick Cantlay of UCLA and former Open champion Louis Oosthuizen.
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