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A Sunday 63 at Firestone, inspired by a red-hot putter, was the ideal way to arrest an otherwise forgettable event for the one-time Major victor, who has a solid record of advancing to the weekend at the PGA.

Rory McIlroy says he is confident that he will rectify some technical issues with his swing as he prepares for this week's US PGA Championship at Bellerive Country Club.

"Today we only got in five holes and didn't really get a chance to see a whole lot, so I'll have to do some more homework tomorrow and get a good feel for what's going on for the rest of the week". "Yesterday I spent a few times in the ice bath just trying to get some inflammation down and just trying to get ready for the rest of the week".

"I'm a little under the radar this year, and I don't mind it", Spieth acknowledged, "but at the same time, this tournament will always be circled until hopefully I win it one day". This will be his 19th appearance in the tournament he has won four times.

While familiarity can breed success Woods insists that this week form and conditions will be more important than experience.

One thing there's no doubting and that is Woods determination.

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"Well, definitely more physical". I played in a lot of final groups and I haven't played well enough when it's counted.

'But obviously getting in the winner's circle when it's been over a year is something that I obviously would like to do. I feel like the tougher challenges, tougher courses have suited me this year whilst I've been on my game and I've been playing well. "It's just what are my limitations going to be", he said. I've never had a spinal restriction before, and I played all those years without it.

'I understand this year's been kind of a building year for me and I've been working back towards the level that I like to be at, ' Spieth added.

Woods was among the players due to compete at Bellerive Country Club in 2001 when the WGC-American Express Championship was cancelled due to the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

He followed that with three rounds in the 70s at the Bridgestone Invitational last week, leaving him a full 20 shots off the pace - and outside the top 20 for the eighth consecutive event. "But having a fixed point in my spine is very different".

Wednesday, and the final day of practice for the final Major of the year, promises more thunderstorms.

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