The way Tiger Woods has been playing, former U.S. Open champ Geoff Ogilvy figures he has to stay ahead of him each day if he wants to win the CA Championship in Doral, Fla. With one round in the books yesterday, Ogilvy is two up on Woods.
Ogilvy played a bogey-free 7-under 65, and is tied with Miguel Angel Jimenez atop the leaderboard.
One shot off the lead is Stewart Cink, who has played in the final group at three tournaments this year and is playing more consistently than anyone but Woods.
Woods wasn't all that bad, although he three-putted from 70 feet on the 18th for a 67.
Phil Mickelson rallied with four birdies over his final six holes to match Woods at 67, and they were joined at 67 by Adam Scott.
Mike Weir and Calgary's Stephen Ames each shot a 73 to leave them tied for 56th.
STRUVER ONE UP IN PORTUGAL
Sven Struver of Germany shot a 6-under 66 yesterday for a one-stroke lead after the first round of the Madeira Islands Open.
South African Hennie Otto had five birdies for a 67 and second place at the Santo da Serra Golf Club in Portugal.