BETHESDA, Md. — Tiger Woods leads by himself at the AT&T National, where he just made his first birdie of the day to move to 7 under and one shot clear of the field.
Woods, who won here in 2009 and has two wins already this season, hit his approach to 10 feet on the par-4 fifth then sank the putt.
He’s now played his last 31 holes without a bogey.
Woods leads by one over Adam Scott, Hunter Mahan, Brendon de Jonge and Bo Van Pelt.
Another stroke back are Nick Watney and Jason, both 3 under on the day so far, along with Seung-Yul Noh, who is 1 over.