It was a rough start for Tiger Woods at the British Open, beginning with a bogey after taking a drop from a wild drive to in the first round at Muirfield. In brutally tough conditions, Woods made the turn and started his inward nine with back-to-back birdies. It appeared he might give one back on the 12th when he put his ball in a greenside pot bunker, but the world's No. 1 made an amazing sandy save from one knee:
Woods drained the combacker putt to walk off with a world class par. He's holding on at 1-under in the extremely tough conditions and barring a blow-up hole, he should be in fine position by the end of Thursday's round.