NEVER write off a champion. Tiger Woods gave credit to the old adage at the Wyndham Championship this morning with his lowest round in two years – a 6-under par 64 packed full of vintage Tiger highlights.

Needing to win or finish solo second at this week’s US PGA Tour event to earn spot in the FedEx Cup playoffs next week, Woods fired seven birdies and one bogey on a soggy Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro.

The icing on the cake was a holed flop shot on his first hole of the day.

The 39-year-old winner of 14 Major championships said he was happy with his iron play and putting.

“They were both solid today, it was nice,” said Woods.

“I was telling Joey (caddie Joe LaCava) it’s finally nice to get something out of a round, a round that could have been two to four under par, it’s finally six.”


Watch all the highlights below courtesy of the US PGA Tour.