By: | January 24, 2020 1:11 pm

Tiger Woods’ highly anticipated season-opener is in the books, and after touring Torrey Pines’ North Course in 3-under 69 during Thursday’s opening round of the Farmers Insurance Open, even Woods seemed pleased with how smoothly he’d come back from a five-week break over the holiday season.

Woods had five birdies and two bogeys – nothing miraculous and nothing disastrous – and seemed to be in control of a new TaylorMade SIM driver he recently put in the bag.

Woods has teed it up at Torrey Pines plenty and found success here eight times (seven Farmers Insurance Open titles plus the 2008 U.S. Open). Still, an opening 69 amounted to just the eighth time he

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