Tiger Woods, McIlory lead BMW Championship

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This is the penultimate leg in the FedEx Cup play-offs and after finishing second at the Dell Technologies Championship on Monday, Rose is right in the mix for the outrageous bonus which the leader in the standings at the conclusion of the Tour Championship in Atlanta on the Sunday immediately preceding the Ryder Cup in Paris. Woods is using his the Scotty Cameron Newport 2 model that brought him 13 of his 14 majors for the first time since the U.S. Open.

"This was the shot of the entire day, a three-iron from 230 (yards) and I just laced it up in the air", the 42-year-old said.

The 14-time major victor Woods and McIlroy have a one-stroke lead after both shot eight-under 62 which marked the American's best PGA first round since the 1999 Byron Nelson Classic.

Woods ended previous year ranked 656 in the world but has risen to 26 on the back of what has been a consistent and largely uninterrupted season after spinal fusion surgery.

Rory McIlroy keeps an eye on his shot.

It was Woods' lowest round since firing a 61 in the second round of the 2013 Bridgestone Invitational, which was also his last victory. "And then, on top of it, he's Tiger Woods".

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Tiger Woods did not have things going his way at the BMW Championship a day after he opened with a 62, which was his lowest score since his last win more than five years ago. My body just remembers it.

"As soft as the golf course was, they had a lot of back pins and I couldn't get back there, couldn't skip the ball back there".

It wasn't all about the putter Thursday. He hit 16 of 18 greens and was bombing drives, missing just five fairways. He was at 9 under when Woods finished, only to make consecutive bogeys and finish with a two-putt birdie for a 62. I wanted to manage it.

"Got off to a better start than I have most of the season".

Woods was joined in the lead by McIlroy who highlighted his round of 10 birdies with a career-best six in succession, beginning with the last hole of his front nine.

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