The Tour Championship 2012: Tiger Woods Leads After Day 1

Tiger Woods and Justin Rose are tied for the lead at the 2012 Tour Championship in Atlanta after the first round of play. Woods and Rose both shot a 66 on Thursday, putting them at 4-under for the tournament.

There are four players tied for third, one stroke behind the leaders. Bo Van Pelt, Matt Kuchar, Steve Stricker, and Scott Piercy all went 3-under on the first day.

St. John's alum Keegan Bradley went even on the day and is tied for 19th. He recovered from going 2-over on the first five holes with four birdies against two bogeys for the last 13.

New York-native John Huh struggled on the first day, and finds himself near the bottom in 29th out of 30 players. Huh treaded water on the front nine, getting back to even after birdies on holes eight and nine. He fell apart on the last six holes, shooting bogeys on 13 and 16, with a double bogey on 17.

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