And the putt slides by on the right. For those keeping score (and everyone keeps score) that’s eight straight pars for Tiger to start his tournament. Officially Tiger has 11 feet for birdie. We keep it official here at GOLF.com. He’s lining it up now.
No. Just because Albert Pujols hits less home runs than he used to doesn’t mean the mid-2000s pitching at the top of pro baseball wasn’t still great. It’s a folly take and Dylan Dethier said as much on his great Internet TV show called the Drop Zone.
Woods rips a cut 4-iron to the center of the green. Good solid shot. He’ll have 15-20 feet for a birdie. Koepka and Scott miss and tap for pars. Tiger taps in his birdie and he’s one back and on the tee on the par 3 16th.