Sebastian Munoz twice holed out for eagle from a combined distance of 219 yards. He also had eight birdies. Throw in a wild tee shot for double bogey, three bogeys and only five pars and it added to an 8-under 64 and a one-shot lead in the Zozo Championships on Thursday.
Tiger Woods was just as bad but not as good as Munoz. For the first time in his 1,277 rounds on the PGA Tour as a pro, he made bogey or worse on three par 5s in a single round. That led to a 4-over 76 — by two shots his worst score in 49 rounds at Sherwood Country — that left him 12 shots out of the lead and in no mood to talk.
Munoz, the Colombian who played his college golf at North Texas, finished off his bizarre round by saving par from a narrow section of the front bunker with a 15-foot putt on the 18th hole.
He was one shot ahead of Tyrrell Hatton and Justin Thomas.
• Danielle Kang shot a 7-under 65 for a share of the first-round lead with Jennifer Song in the Race to CME Globe. Ally McDonald made it three U.S. players at the top, shooting a bogey-free 66. Ariya Jutanugarn bogeyed the 18th in a 67.
Raiders gametime moved
The Raiders-Buccaneers game originally scheduled on Sunday night has been moved to Sunday afternoon because of the Raiders having their entire offensive line on the COVID-19 list. The league moved the schedule for Sunday night against the Buccaneers into the afternoon window out of an "abundance of caution" to make sure a game would be available for NBC's "Sunday Night Football." The Seattle-Arizona game was moved into the prime-time slot.
• Former San Francisco 49er Dana Stubblefield was sentenced to 15 years to life in prison for raping a developmentally disabled woman who prosecutors said he lured to his home with the promise of a babysitting job.
• Bill Mathis, a versatile running back and an original member of the Jets franchise, has died. He was 81.
Loons' Dotson may be out
Minnesota United midfielder Hassani Dotson's ankle injured early in Sunday's 2-2 draw with Cincinnati could knock him out for the rest of the season, depending on his team's playoff qualification and results.
Dotson's swollen ankle remained "huge" Thursday and coach Adrian Heath remained angry that Dynamo's Adam Lundqvist's dangerous challenge wasn't reviewed immediately after he received a yellow card on the field.
U meet-the-gymnasts event streaming
The Gophers gymnastics program's annual hourlong Meet the Team event on Saturday will be streamed virtually on Facebook starting at 10:30 a.m. To access the event, fans can visit the Minnesota women's gymnastics Facebook page.
• Former North Dakota State football player Ben Ellefson, of Hawley, Minn., was promoted from the Jacksonville's practice squad to its active roster. He is a rookie tight end who was signed as a free agent.
staff and wire reports