PGACHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Tiger Woods birdied his opening hole Thursday at the Quail Hollow Championship.
It was the next 17 that turned into a problem.
"I just didn't have it," he said.
When Woods' workday was finally over he had labored to a first-round 2-over par 74, looking like a guy still coming off a five-month layoff. Instead of the instant form displayed earlier this month when making his return at the Masters, Woods' second step back into competitive golf was a mixed bag of good, bad and ugly that put him deep down the scoreboard.