Tiger finishes first nine holes at Atunyote

By By ANDREW DONOVAN

VERNON, N.Y. (WKTV) - Tiger Woods has won six skins after finishing the first nine holes in the Notah Begay Foundation Challenge Charity Skins Game. He has a total of $80,000 that he has won so far.

Carlos Villegas earned two skins, while Notah Begay and Mike Weir have yet to win a hole

The top-ranked golfer in the world teed off Monday afternoon at the Atunyote Golf Club at the Turning Stone Resort. Tiger is in Vernon along with fellow PGA-ers Notah Begay, Mike Weir and Camillo Villegas and is currently on hole three at the Atunyote Course.

This year's field has won 84 PGA Tour events, 70 belonging to Tiger Woods.

About 3,000 people have made their way to the golf course to see these four men battle it out in the skins game. A total purse of $500,000 is up for grabs in Monday's event. When a player wins one of the 18 holes, they automatically win a certain amount of money.

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