CARNOUSTIE, Scotland (AP) Two-time defending champion Tiger Woods is in the hunt at the British Open.
The world's top-ranked golfer managed to shoot a 2-under-par 69 on a dreary first day at Carnoustie.
Woods had it to minus-3 before back-to-back bogeys on 12 and 13.
He birdied 16 and then parred his way in.
When Woods walked off the 18th green he was one shot behind
clubhouse leader Michael Campbell, the 2005 U-S Open champion from
New Zealand, and tied with K.J. Choi, a two-time winner on Tour this year.
Ireland's Paul McGinley is having the best round of the day so far at 6 under through 14 holes.
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