Tour Championship Leaderboard: Tiger Woods Tied For Lead

The first day of the 2012 Tour Championship is in the books, and Tiger Woods is tied atop the leaderboard with Justin Rose after 18 holes. Woods and Rose were at 4-under on Thursday.

Woods shot six birdies and two bogey on the day, including recovering from a bogey on 14 to hole birdies on 15 and 16. Rose went 3-under on the back nine to finish tied at the top.

Four players are tied at 3-under in third place. Bo Van Pelt, Matt Kuchar, Steve Stricker, and Scott Piercy all find themselves just one stroke back of the leaders heading into the second day.

Woodstock, Vt. native Keegan Bradley finished the day at even, four shots back of the leader. Bradley is tied for 19th place in the 30-player tournament.

To stay updated on all the scoring, be sure to check out Golf.com's Tour Championship leaderboard.

For more on the 2012 Tour Championship, please be sure to check out SB Nation Bostonfor all the latest news and updates. Read more on the Tour Championship at SB Nation's dedicate golf hub page.

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