Rickie Fowler fires seven birdies in a row at Hero World Challenge

Rickie Fowler fires seven birdies in a row at Hero World Challenge

Rickie Fowler fires seven birdies in a row at Hero World Challenge

The 41-year-old, who last played at the Dubai Desert Classic in February, carded a four-under final round of 68 but was powerless to prevent fellow countryman Rickie Fowler from claiming a four-shot win after a stunning 61. He also had a double bogey in the elite 18-man event that featured eight of the world's top 10. "I have always said that Tiger has a great work ethic, and he has put in the time and hard work to first get healthy and then to ready himself for competitive golf".

"If he continues along this way, the one thing I learned from my 10 years with Tiger is never say never with Tiger Woods. I just ended up in bad spots after good shots".

"When I was struggling with my back, the world seemed very small".

"I think we'll sit back and try to figure that out", he said.

Fowler began the final round seven strokes back from overnight leader Charley Hoffman, but surged up the leaderboard with a lightning start to his Sunday in the Bahamas.

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"I haven't had a chance yet to see Tiger play and can only go by the results". He had another eagle putt on the par-5 11th, and generally looks like powerful-ass Tiger friggin' Woods out there.

But he kept battling away and finally started getting some joy from his putting, to finish with two birdies on the par-four 14th and par-three 17th holes to claw back two shots. But the 79 times PGA Tour victor struck back with birdies at 11, 14 and 15 before bogeys at 17 and 18.

Fowler was in a class of his own in a scintillating exhibition, birdying the first seven holes and surging into a two-shot lead by going out in 28.

He added three more birdies on the back nine for a sizzling, bogey-free round.

Jordan Spieth (72) and England's Justin Rose (71) were tied for second at nine-under 207, one stroke ahead of Italy's Francesco Molinari (71).

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