How did Tiger Woods putt on the 18th green?
TULSA, Okla. — Tiger Woods bent over as best he could, peering down the line of a slippery five-foot putt for par. He can’t crouch like he used to. He can’t putt like he used to, either. But he picked his spot. He committed to his stroke. And the ball rolled into the middle of the cup, setting off a roar from the crowd ringing the 18th green.
Is Tiger Woods ‘better’ than at the Masters?
At the beginning of the week, Woods spoke optimistically about his progress, saying that he was “better” than at the Masters, when he tired on the weekend and tied for 47th in his first competitive start in 14 months. “It’s better than last time I played a tournament, which is good,” he said in his pre-tournament press conference.
What time is Tiger Woods’ tee time at the PGA Championship?
Tiger Woods fought to a third-round 79 at the PGA Championship. Saturday morning dawned angry in Tulsa. An early thunderstorm moved tee times back some 40 minutes, though not enough for Woods to sleep in. An 8:30 a.m. tee time usually means he’s up before 5, starting the engine.
What happened to Tiger Woods at the PGA Championship?
Tiger Woods struggles at PGA Championship: ‘Walking hurts and twisting hurts … It’s just golf’ Tiger Woods finished the day in a tie for 91st place. On the ninth hole of the first round, Tiger Woods slammed his golf club into the ground in frustration.