NEWTOWN SQUARE, Pa. — Tiger Woods failed to take advantage of the great start he got off to in the first round of the BMW Championship, unable to break par on Friday — the only player in the top 11 to not shoot in the 60s. It was an opportunity lost for Woods, who began the day tied for the lead with Rory McIlroy but dropped back to a tie for 11th, five shots back of Xander Schauffele, after bogeying the last two holes. “That round today was easily 6, 7 under par,” Woods said after shooting 70. “It turned

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