Jaw-Dropping Comeback: Tiger Woods Shakes off Shaky Bogey-Bogey with Unbelievable Turnaround! - footballivenews
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Jaw-Dropping Comeback: Tiger Woods Shakes off Shaky Bogey-Bogey with Unbelievable Turnaround!



“Tiger Woods’ Epic Comeback: Overcoming Shaky Start with a Stellar 71 at Hero World Challenge!”

“In an incredible turnaround, Tiger Woods rallied from a rocky beginning to card an impressive one-under 71 during the third round of the Hero World Challenge on Saturday.”

“The 47-year-old golf legend, hosting the tournament at Albany Golf Club in the Bahamas, stumbled at the start but quickly found his rhythm with four out of five birdies on the front nine.”

“After an opening of 75 and a 70 in earlier rounds, Woods faced bogeys on the first two holes on Saturday. However, he flipped the script on the third hole, securing birdies on the sixth, eighth, and ninth, showcasing his resilience.”

“Despite a bogey on No. 11, Woods answered back with a birdie on No. 14. Unfortunately, a bogey on the par-4 No. 18 brought him back to even par for the tournament.”

Tiger Woods bounced back from a shaky start to card a one-under 71 during his third round

“As the tournament host and a five-time winner of the event, the 15-time major champion’s performance has kept fans on the edge of their seats.”

The 47-year-old was continuing his competitive comeback at the Hero World Challenge

“The current leader, World No. 1 Scottie Scheffler, maintains a three-stroke lead at 16-under par ahead of Matt Fitzpatrick.”

“Woods, participating in his first tournament since withdrawing from the Masters in April, sees this week as a ‘beta test’ to gauge his readiness for 72 holes across four days.”

“Speaking about his performance, Woods admitted, ‘My game feels rusty. I haven’t played in a while, and I have my subtalar fused. I’m just as curious as all of you are to see what happens.'”

The 15-time major winner bogeyed the first two holes Saturday before turning his game around

“The golf icon, revealing his plans for 2024, shared, ‘I think the best scenario would be maybe a tournament a month. I need to get myself ready for all of that, and I think this week is a big step in that direction.'”

“Contrasting last year’s admission that he might only compete in the majors and a couple of tournaments, Woods is setting his sights on up to 12 tournaments next year, marking a significant shift in his approach to the game.”