These days, it makes news when Tiger Woods has a few good holes. So there was a bit of buzz Thursday morning when the former No. 1 player birdied three of the first seven at the Greenbrier Classic. But a double-bogey heading for home sufficed to quiet the chatter as Woods stood at 1-under -- five strokes behind leaders Brian Davis and Ryo Ishikawa -- through early first-round play on the Old White Course. After missing the cut at the U.S. Open, Woods looked sharper during Wednesday's pro-am and seemed hopeful about this week's tournament. "Really looking forward to competing again and getting out here and playing," he said.