Tiger Woods Suffers a Really Rotten Day
April 30, 2010 by Post Team
Tiger Woods Suffers a Really Rotten Day:According to People — Thursday was a terrible day for Tiger Woods. How terrible?
“I hit a lot of balls left, I hit a lot of balls right, reached a little below average,” Woods, 34, said. “And that was it.”
His final summary? “The hell with it.”
The scene: Championship Quail Hollow in Charlotte, North Carolina, where the champion – who since November has been dealing with something other than golf – hit two tee shots into the water and fired a 2 over par 74, behind leader Bo Van Pelt by nine shots and ending his streak of 21 straight days at par or better.
“Sometimes when I shoot a round top, I put the clubs away – or break a few,” he told a press conference later, according to a transcript on the PGA Tour website. “I’ll just let go today.”
Quail Hollow – where attendance very Tiger is attributed to an increase in ticket sales of 30,000 spectators – is Woods’ second tournament back from his self-imposed break to deal with personal issues and his first regular events PGA Tour after his return at the Masters earlier this month
Asked if, after being away for so long, may he rest, Woods replied: “I’m trying. I’m trying. But when you’re fighting a stranger like this and trying to rebuild a round to keep myself in the tournament, it is quite difficult. I try to be easy on me, but I know I can do and not what I’m doing. “
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