The Players Championship's island green destroyed Tiger Woods on Friday

The Players Championship's island green destroyed Tiger Woods on Friday

The Players Championship's island green destroyed Tiger Woods on Friday

A return to the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play March 27-31 in Austin, Texas seems much more likely, especially considering Woods seems comfortable health-wise.

Woods' previous worst score on the hole was a double-bogey 5, carded four times during 17 previous appearances (and 68 rounds) including the final round in 2018.

"You have to overcome that part of it", Woods said.

"I've played three tournaments so far and that's about right and so I'm right there where I need to be", said the 14-time major victor. "The second one I hit too flat and too hot". 2, 4 and 6. Ended up getting back to 3 (under).

"I felt like I could have got something in the 60s today and got off to not actually the best of starts today", he said. There are plenty of birdies out there but it's going to play tough.

"I think we're in for a good challenge this week", Scott said.

"I'm all good with that", he said of the strained neck that forced him to withdraw from last week's Arnold Palmer Invitational and had the golf world momentarily holding its collective breath as he tore into the rye overseed in the opening round of the Players Championship. I've done different things. He offered some first-hand examples from his time on Fred Couples' bag. "After what I've gone through and to be able to do this and have a chance to do this again and be as consistent as I have been is something that I'm very lucky to have". "And we played with Davis Love that one year when he shot 64 in the last round and came from behind, so it can be done. Go get them Tiger".

"Yeah, he's ready to go", LaCava said.

Woods told reporters on Tuesday at his press conference for the upcoming Players Championship, that the discomfort in his neck began back in February at the Genesis Open at Riviera Country Club. As the minutes went by more and more tape recorders appeared in front of him. "This is an important week and I'll let you guys know later in the week". Pepperell will play in his first Masters next month and is yet to visit Augusta National, but said on Wednesday that he's had a vision or two about golf's hallowed grounds.

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Tiger Woods heads into this week's Players Championship with his neck in good shape and he expects his putter to feel the same. "It was so vivid".

The 80-time PGA Tour victor opened the tournament Thursday with a 2-under-par 70.

It all starts to unfold on Thursday, with only 23 players having experienced the March conditions before the move to May in 2007.

While a third simply wrote: "I want to cry". And no, you can't really play poorly and win this event.

Another way Koepka is a little old school is when it comes to using technology to work on his swing. Kisner lost in a playoff to Rickie Fowler in 2015, the second of four runner-up finishes that year before getting his first PGA Tour victory at Sea Island.

"I would have taken more off it, I probably would have taken another 5 [yards] off of that", he said. "So I would say maybe the phone".

"It wasn't like I had to do a lot". I don't use any training aids. "It just made it worse".

"We are all going to have patches where we don't putt well and patches where we make everything".

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