Stanford alum Tiger Woods remains within striking distance of the top spot on the leaderboard after the first day of the Deutsche Bank Championship, hitting 7-under in the round.
Woods sits two strokes back of South Korean golfer Seung-Yul Noh, who came charging out of the tees with a 9-under on the day to lead all golfers.
Chris Kirk sits in second place at 8-under. Woods is tied with Jeff Overton and Ryan Moore for third place. PGA Champion Rory McIlroy and Bryce Molder hit 6-under to tie for sixth place.
Phil Mickelson started out alright but struggled to maintain momentum, ending the day 3-under.
Sacramento's Nick Watney, riding high off of his win last week, had an opening round to forget as he hit 1-over to sit tied for 74th place.
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