Still in search of his first major title in five years, Woods started strong at Oak Hill, playing his front nine in two under. When he knocked his approach tight on the par-4 2nd, his 11th hole of the day, he had a chance to move to within one shot of the lead. Instead, Woods babied the four-footer, and he had to settle for par. Already out of rhythm when his group had been put on the clock earlier, Woods never recovered. He finished the round over par when he double bogeyed his last hole, and was never a threat to contend thereafter.