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Tiger Woods had a bogey-free day, but couldn't beat Charles Howell III in a 2-and-1 loss. "Unfortunately, it's the nature of the format," Woods said.
Charles Howell III, watching his approach shot on No. 11 in his 2-and-1 win over Tigers Woods, said, "I had nothing to lose coming into this match."
Marcel Siem stares to the sky after missing a putt on No. 16 against Luke Donald. The 62nd-seeded Siem had five birdies but lost 1 up after Donald sank his sixth birdie at No. 18.
Rory McIlroy watches his chip shot on the 18th hole come within 3 inches of going into the cup. He ended up halving the hole and losing the match to Shane Lowry.
Louis Oosthuizen watches his drive from the 14th tee during his first-round match with Richie Ramsay. After falling two down heading into the 12th hole, the South African rallied to beat Ramsay 2 and 1.
Tiger Woods stood nearly 33 feet from the hole on the 17th green, needing to hole out to extend his stay at The Golf Club at Dove Mountain.
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