Tiger Woods was playing in the second round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open…
American golfer Tiger Woods endured the worst day of his professional career on Friday as he struck an 11-over-par round of 82 at the Waste Management Phoenix Open.
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The former World number one, 39, finished 132nd and last as he missed the cut at the tournament, which was hist first PGA Tour event of the season.
Woods, who was quoted by BBC Sport, said: “I’ve got to keep this in perspective. Sometimes that’s hard to do,” after a round that featured six bogeys, two double bogeys, a triple bogey.
The fourteen-time major winner underwent back surgery last March and missed much of last season recovering. He added after the event: “We all have days like this. Unfortunately mine was in a public forum and a public setting but we all have days like this and we take the good with the bad.”