Tiger Woods Finishes -4 In AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am 2012 First Round

Tiger Woods made his season debut on the 2012 PGA Tour at the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am and is tied for 15th at minus-four after the first round.

Woods, who finished in a tie for third in Abu Dhabi at the end of January, had an up-and-down round. He birdied his first two holes starting from the 10th tee, but bogeyed the 13th. Woods had another bogey at the fourth but mixed in four more birdies to end the round below par.

"I drove it great all day today. I felt like I drove it on a string," Woods said. "Unfortunately, going into the greens I was not very good at all. I had some wedges that I hit some awful golf shots."

Woods called his round "frustrating," but added that Spyglass Hill is the hardest of the three courses.

"Hopefully I can get it going the next couple days," Woods said.

Dustin Johnson, Danny Lee and Charlie Wi shot rounds of nine-under par Thursday to take the lead after Day One.

For more on the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, head over to their official website.

For more comprehensive coverage of the tournament, head on over to the Golf section of SB Nation and check out the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am storystream for more updates.

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