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.
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.
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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