Tiger Woods Shoots A Round Of 78 In The British Open, Six Shots Over Par

Tiger Woods Shoots A Round Of 78 In The British Open, Six Shots Over Par

Tiger Woods, with his head sunk and a steely expression, approached the fourth tee at St. Andrews with a little boy’s appeal, “Smile.”

Just over an hour into the opening round of the British Open at St Andrews, Tiger Woods was struggling to find his rhythm.

Tiger Woods Shoots A Round Of 78 In The British Open, Six Shots Over Par

Second shot into Swilcan Burn, then short putt for double-bogey. It was difficult to watch at first. Finally, a three-putt on the third hole resulted in a bogey.

The 15-time major champion was 6 over par and looked just as despondent as a fan dressed as a tiger onesie when he lost two more strokes at No. 7 after hitting into a bunker on the next green.

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It was his second-highest score at golf’s oldest major and gave him a distant opportunity to make the weekend in what may be his last Open at St. Andrews. In the 156-player field, just seven golfers shot worse on Thursday.
It seems like Woods will have to shoot 66 tomorrow in order to have a shot at the title. I’m sure that has already been done. It was done today. And tomorrow, my duty is to carry it out.”

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