Related News Tiger Woods is off to a good start at the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play.The 14-time major winner defeated Aaron Wise 3 & 1 in his first match on Thursday, coming from behind on the back nine to win. He would go on to win three of the next six holes and finish off the day with a 3 & 1 win.Woods admitted he could have played better, but was happy to come out with the victory.”We weren’t playing that great today,” Woods told Golf Channel after his round. “We were both struggling a bit and if it was a stroke play event we’d be pretty far behind, but it was just try to beat the guy in front of you, that was about it and I was able to advance.” WGC-Dell Match Play? Rory McIlroy wants to win the Masters 3️⃣3️⃣ feet for @TigerWoods.Here come the fist pumps. 💪#LiveUnderPar pic.twitter.com/tkJqGTcS9q— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) March 27, 2019After starting off the day well and getting up two on Wise after two holes and again after four, Woods found himself down one on the back nine after Wise won the 10th, 11th and 12th.But Woods showed determination all day long and as he traded shots with Wise throughout the round and came back to win the 13th to even the match up.