This Is What A Tiger Woods' Quadruple Bogey On #17 At The Player's Championship Looks Like
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Friday morning started off ok for Tiger Woods at the Player’s Championship in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. That's until he hit the 17th hole. Per The Spun...

Early Friday morning, Woods made a strong push to sit among the leaders. After his first seven holes, Tiger carded three birdies and sat at 5-under for the tournament.

That put him just two shots off the lead heading into the tough par-3 No. 17. The short par-3 surrounded by water has given the world’s best fits over the years and it did the same to Tiger.

Don't see that often.

(The Spun)
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