Tiger Woods got off to a promising start which then later turned into a shocking disappointment later on Thursday. He made three double bogeys at the Atlanta Athletic Club right up on his way to a 77 during the first round of the Championship. The 7 over par had left Woods in a position where he was tied for 129th place far bend the first round leader Steve Stricker who had shot a 63, which matched a major championship record. Woods who has got 14 big titles to his name has to consider that this was his worst ever performance. NFL scores
After the game Woods said “I’m not down, I’m just very angry right now,” “I thought I could play by feel, see the shot, hit the shot. I’m not at that point yet.”
Woods had gotten off to a really nice start on Thursday morning as a rolling birdie putt at the 10th hole, he then added birdies at the 12th and then the 14th holes. At just 3 under par through his first five holes, he was tied for the lead. But he then lost five shots against par on the next four holes, when then double bogeys at the 18th and 15th. He later 5 more bogeys on the front nine which included his third double bogey of the day which was at no.6. NFL odds
Tiger Woods who will not tee off later on Friday is in big danger of seeing the PGA Tour season hit him with an early end. Woods has a record of never missing the cut in the 13 previous PGA Championships but now if he does fair to finish among the 70 top he will be heading straight home. This will also mean that he may not be seen again all this year at the PGA Tour. NFL spreads
Woods who is 35 is now the 129th in the FedEx Cup Points and now needs to be among the top 125 thorough the next week so that he can advance to the first of the four playoff events during the coming two weeks.
He added “I was 3 under through five (holes) and figured I could start letting it go, play by instinct and feel,” “That screwed up my whole round.”