Woods fades near finish
Tiger Woods held up just fine yesterday in his first time competing in eight months, except for limping at the end. That was more about his golf than his fused right ankle. Woods was holding his own at the Hero World Challenge until a double bogey from a bush on the par five 15th, followed by two more bogeys. The result was a three over 75, eight shots off the lead and a score better than only two players in the 20-man field at Albany, in the Bahamas. Asked what he got out of his round, Woods laughed and said, “Hit a lot of shots.” British Open champion Brian Harman and Tony Finau led the way with a five under 67, one shot ahead of Jordan Spieth.