a gazillion over par in his round today, about halfway through. And now, it's starting to rain. He has to really want to be out there, to continue on with no chance to win, a hurting leg and back, and now, Mother Nature chiming in as well.
It would be Oh So Easy to fake further injury and phone it in at this point in time. Even if you detest him, you have to admit the man has some serious intestinal fortitude.
Our own Lucas Glover is -2 for the day, +2 for the tourney, with two holes to play. If he can finish with that -2 score for today, he should move up the leaderboard. Conditions were already tough, and with it raining now, will only get tougher.
Woods needs to play as many competitive rounds as possible to see how he’s progressing from the injury. This year might be make or break for him deciding if he can continue playing the tour. I suspect there’s a level of pain that’ll never go away.
against Trevor Berbick, or Willie Mays stumbling and nearly falling down going to first base in his final year. I have never seen Tiger, even when he has struggled, just look totally old and defeated. That is what is going on today.
I just have a feeling that we may hear some sort of announcement from Woods at the conclusion of this round. This just looks different, somehow. Could be the ignominious final end of an era.
He is 46. Even healthy not many guys win majors at that age. He could be but I think injuries and surgeries are catching up with him. Hogan quit playing when he couldn't contend and win. I could see TW doing that unless it is some tv special event.
Cold Canadian air pushing down east of the Rockies, nothing to stop it. NTX & OK can both get insanely violent weather because of the interaction between extremely hot air from Mexico and the opposite from Canada. It mostly drifts E-NE and produces Tornado Ally.