After fighting back to beat Aaron Wise, Tiger Woods conceded he was not at his best in his match-play opener in Austin.
Tiger Woods got off to a winning start at the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play but conceded he was not at his best after defeating Aaron Wise.
The 14-time major winner claimed a 3 and 1 victory in his first match on Wednesday, coming from behind on the back nine to win.
After starting the day off well and twice moving two up on Wise in the opening four holes, Woods found himself down one on the back nine after Wise produced successive birdies on the ninth and 10th. Read more