AKRON, Ohio (AP) — Adam Scott and Rickie Fowler are part of the crowd atop the leaderboard at the Bridgestone Invitational.

Tiger Woods is nowhere near them.

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Showing a sloppy side in his first tournament in three months, Woods missed a 2-foot par putt and didn’t make enough birdies to keep up with his mistakes Friday. He shot 1-over 71 and was eight shots behind on another calm day at Firestone.

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Fowler is still searching for his first professional win and put himself in the mix by holing out for eagle on No. 3 in a wild round of 64. Scott had the lead to himself until a bogey on his final hole made him settle for a 70. Also tied for the lead was Ryan Moore, who had a 66.

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