Catch Tiger today

Tiger Woods came back from 3 down to beat J.B. Holmes in the first round of match play at the WCG-Accenture Match Play Championships on Wednesday. Would have been interesting to see what Anthony Kim could’ve done against Woods. Kim was scheduled as the 64th seed, and therefore, would’ve played Tiger Woods. But Ernie Els decided at the last minute to enter the field, even though he previously said he wouldn’t. Els did what he normally does in match play and was upset in the first round by Jonathan Byrd, 6 and 5 – tied for the worst loss of the day. Woods tees off against Arron Oberholser at 10:39 a.m. this morning.

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Jill Painter is a sports columnist for the Los Angeles News Group, covering everything from the Dodgers, Lakers, Clippers, USC, UCLA, Kings, golf and all human interest stories in sports.