PALM BEACH GARDENS (CBSMiami) – Tiger Woods teed off Thursday morning in the Honda Classic and has struggled as he makes his way through the course in the first round.

Tiger started off the tournament with a bogey on the 10th hole, which was the first hole he played Thursday. After two straight pars, Woods again hit a bogey on the 13th hole, which was his fourth hole of the day.

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Woods finished off the back nine with a score of 37, or +2.

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As he made the turn, Woods started off well and managed a birdie on his 12th hole, a par 5, 538 yard hole.

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Woods is chasing a leaderboard that includes Justin Rose at -5 and Boo Weekley at -4.