Chevron World Challenge 2011 Leaderboard Update: Tiger Woods Second After First Round

The good news for Tiger Woods: He turned in a solid opening round at the Chevron World Challenge and finds himself in second-place. The bad news for Tiger Woods: K.J. Choi turned in a spectacular opening round and leads the field by a healthy margin.

Woods carded a 3-under 69 at Sherwood Country Club on Thursday, good enough for a share of second-place. He's joined by Steve Stricker, who also completed his round at 3-under. But the two are three shots back of Choi, who turned in a round of 66 to take the early lead at the exclusive event.

Just six players finished under par on Thursday, with Nick Watney, Jim Furyk and Rickie Fowler all at 1-under and in a tie for fourth. The even features just 18 players, all of which are among the world's elite.

For the full leaderboard, head over to the PGA Tour website. For more golf coverage, head over to Waggle Room.

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