The biggest event of the year, and a 47-year-old with one leg who hadn't played  

A competitive event in seven months and had only shot

one round in the 60s in the last 800 days, of course, stole the show.

Tiger Woods birdied his last three holes at the Genesis

Invitational on Thursday in the first round to card a 2-under 69 and swipe

the headlines from first-round leaders Max

Homa and Keith Mitchell (both 7 under) as well as world beater Jon Rahm

who is 6 under and in contention to win for the third time in 2023

Woods' closing kick was nearly as remarkable as his speed off the tee

And he once again reminded us why he's the best to ever do it.