Tiger Woods was 10-under par after he birdied the first two holes, but the standard bearer’s sign just showed a 1. His playing partner, Henrick Stenson, showed an 8. The standard bearer was looking for a zero in his pockets for several holes. He had plenty of nines but couldn’t find a 10. It was the talk of the gallery. People were constantly guessing if he was 1-under or 10-under. The standard bearer fielded many questions on the miscue, and at one point on the fifth hole, he said loudly: “Ten, ten, ten!” Woods stayed at 10 under for five holes, until boged the seventh. Of course, he birdied the eighth, moving to 10-under again, much to the costernation, no doubt, of the standard bearer.