วิธีเล่นไฮโล On Sunday at the PGA Championship, everyone knew that Tiger Woods would not be winning his 15th major championship. Coming in off one of his best performances since he was snagging majors five years ago, Woods was the hot story and the obvious pick, but his four days at Oak Hill were a reminder that despite how he dominates the regular PGA Tour events all season, it’s the majors that continue to flummox the No. 1 player in the world.
เล่นไฮโล Woods shot a round of even-par 70 on Sunday, never giving up despite a bogey-double bogey finish to his front nine and the fact that when that driver comes out of the bag, our guess is as good as his to where it will end up.
Tiger shot a back nine 32, never giving up and grinding as hard as he could, especially over the last two holes when he couldn’t be more out of position. Woods grabbed his back after a tee shot on the par-5 13th, but continued to go after tee shots and try to dig irons out of the rough, a testament to just how much this man cares about always shooting one shot better if possible.