Pretty amazing shot after 32 years and numerous injuries.
It’s a miracle Tiger was able to tee it up at the Masters! I watched just to see him play. Round 1 he couldn’t find the fairway and his Putter saved the round.
Round 2 the driver was in order and the putter went south. He missed several putts and seemed to find the speed or any feel on the greens. Rounds 3 and 4 he just looked tired and out of shape.
That Sat. round of wet and cold with all the hilly terrain took alot out of him and his game but he fought through it. As you say , it is amazing to see him play at all much less at high level. St. Andrews will be fun to watch as I bet he is even better prepared to play competitive golf by then. I was impressed by the number of fellow players who did not make the cut but followed Tiger on his Sat and Sun rounds as tribute to him and what he has done for game.
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