So much for a fast start.
Woods was in last place among the 18-man field in Windermere, Fla., already 11 shots behind Jordan Spieth, who is coming off a runaway win last week in the Australian Open.
"One of those days where nothing went my way," Woods said. "It is surprising that I could hit chips that poorly."
His first tee shot at Isleworth Golf & Country Club outside Orlando, Fla., on Thursday veered left out of bounds. Next came another wayward tee shot to the left on the par-3 second hole. The same thing happened on No. 3, but he recovered for par.
Woods underwent back surgery in the spring, then returned to the