TPC Boston hosts this weekend's Deutsche Bank Championship, and on Day 1 it offered perfect conditions for low scoring.
Tiger Woods is currently tied for first place after firing a 7-under 64 on Friday. Woods, who won this event in 2006, made eight birdies and would have finished the day at eight under par if not for the bogey he made on his final hole.
Also atop the leaderboard is fellow-American Jeff Overton, who arrived at his 64 by drilling six birdies in his final seven holes.
Scoring appears to have gotten harder as the day went on, as fewer afternoon players are currently in contention.
Former St. John's standout Keegan Bradley appears to be getting his round on track. After starting his day with three straight bogeys, Bradley eagled the fourth hole and has since managed to get back to even par.
You can follow the rest of the leaderboard here.
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