Tiger Woods has enjoyed a vintage performance to take a share of the clubhouse lead midway through the first round of the Tour Championship in Atlanta.
Woods sent fans into a frenzy when he reached the par-5 18th in two shots at East Lake Golf Club before draining a 27-foot eagle putt to post a five-under- par 65 today.
The two-time Tour Championship winner sits atop the leaderboard at five under alongside Rickie Fowler (65).
With play still underway, the duo hold a one-shot lead over Gary Woodland (66) at four under.
Woods opened his round with a bogey but fought back with two front-nine birdies.
He then turned it up on the back nine, with birdies at the 12th and 13th holes setting the stage for his final-hole eagle.
"I hit so many quality shots all day, whether it was tee to green or it was putts," Woods said after his round.
"I didn't really mis-hit a single shot today and I felt I had a lot of control over my shots. The only hard part was getting my speed on the greens."
Jason Day leads the three-man Australian contingent and he's two under the card courtesy of a solid 68.
Fellow Queenslander Cameron Smith carded an even-par 70, while Marc Leishman is three shots further back after he carded a 73.
The Tour Championship is a 30-man tournament and the final event of the FedEx Cup play-offs.