Golfer Justin Thomas helps couple get engaged at Wells Fargo Championship

Clyde Nash
May 4, 2018

Offaly golfer returns to PGA Tour action this week at the Wells Fargo Championship played at the Quail Hollow Club. James Hahn won the Wells Fargo the last time that Quail Hollow played host in 2016. 8 and 9 to get his round jump-started.

The American mixed those two eagles with three birdies and just one bogey to hold a two-shot advantage.

But a bogey on 18 was followed by a double bogey on number 4 and a bogey on 5. "What I was feeling and what I was sensing just didn't match up". "When you get overconfident on those three holes, it can bite you". On Thursday, he holed out from just over 100 yards in the fairway for eagle on No. 8, and then finished with birdies on the final two holes - two of the toughest at Quail Hollow - for a 67. Woods only returned to the USPGA Tour this season after missing most of the previous two years through back injury.

On the other end of the spectrum is Phil Mickelson who has played this tournament 14 times without a single victory. He is midway through the eight tournament starts he is granted by the exemption. Or even if he makes enough money to keep his card? Entering this week, he had 20 points and $57,069.

For good reason, the Green Mile rivals PGA National's Bear Trap and Innisbrook's Snake Pit as one of the most hard finishing stretches on the PGA Tour.

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"They feel springy and they feel fast especially as I am walking on them, but they are not putting that way", Woods said with a smile as he shook his head in confusion. "I'm going to try to win".

"I don't have all the insane things to go along with it", he said.

The Northern Irishman opened with a 3-under 68 to be tied for seventh. Woods looks like someone that is ready to play competitive golf again. "I was a little apprehensive going out there today, I didn't know what to expect".

But organizers said last week at the official opening of the club that Dustin Johnson and Masters champion Patrick Reed already have agreed to play.

Before that, Woods won the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach in 2000 and the next year tied for 13th in the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am.

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Maybe the modern, rebuilt version of Tiger would never have a chance against that '00 goliath who won three legs of the single-season Grand Slam; or even the '06 buzz saw who won his last seven starts of the year, but when you've accomplished everything that Woods has it might be the only competition that makes any sense.

Justin Thomas, back at the scene of his 2017 US PGA Championship win, struggled to a 2-over 73. "That is a big part of why I'm having success this year".

While bombers will be very important this week, scrambling will also play a big role over the weekend. And then I go back to Europe and then back for Memorial. just a bunch of great courses coming up.

It is little wonder he has chose to make his return this week, and while an nearly month-long lay-off is a slight concern, I'm confident he will come out determined to right the wrongs of Augusta.

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