Tiger saves U.S. Open hopes after double bogey

Tiger Woods, returning from a break from competitive golf starting at the 2008 Masters, opened his 2008 U.S. Open with a slight struggle. Indeed, the world's top golfer began his round with a disappointing double bogey on the first hole of Torrey Pines.

However, Tiger, despite the chance at the "Grand Slam" spoiled weeks ago in Augusta, battled back with three impressive birdies and three clutch par saves over the course of the round.

Tiger was joined by the world's second and third ranked players, Phil Mickelson and Adam Scott respectively. However, both players failed to light up Torrey Pines on a breezy day.

The threesome will rejoin tomorrow.

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