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Woods ready for the second round at Accenture

Now that Tiger Woods is back at work, it is ready for the next step.

The World No. 1 player was South African Tim Clark, on Thursday in the second round of the Accenture Match Play Championship. The main question is how new Woods left knee, a day after his first competition since the victory of the USA on the launch eight months ago.

Two years ago, Clark Woods beaten 5 and 4

Woods returns to draw the attention of fans around the world wonders whether it might not be as good as the player who won 65 times on the PGA Tour, including 14 large enterprises.

Quick allayed any doubts about the openness, the mission of the Australian Brendan Jones, 3 p.m. to 2 a.m., on Wednesday. Then Woods, that he did not come to the desert of Arizona benefit temperatures of 80 degrees.

"I'm not an event that I do not think I win," said Woods. "Why? It makes no sense to me. So I came in this case with the intention to all events, since I was a kid, and it is to win."

The 64-man field was from 32 for the second ballot.

At the beginning of the game on Thursday, the former Masters champion Phil Mickelson and Zach Johnson replacement birdie and all square through three holes, while Ryder Cup player Lee Westwood of England, and Stewart Cink has his game with pars.


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