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‘Golf skills’ regained, ‘Emperor’s authority’ fallen

Tiger Woods (USA), the emperor of golf, jumped to 26th in the third round of the Genesis Invitational with an eagle that almost became an albatross.

Woods scored 4 under par 67 with 1 eagle, 3 birdies and 1 bogey in the 3rd round of the PGA Tour Genesis Invitational held at Riviera CC (par 71, 7322 yards) in Pacific Palisades, California on the 19th. and recorded a total of 3 under par 210 strokes over the three days.

Up until the second round, Woods scored a total of 1 over par 143 (tied for 58th) and succeeded in advancing to the third round with a pull-up, raising his ranking by 32 notches from the previous day and expressing his hopes for the final round. It has been nine months since Woods withdrew after the third round of the PGA Championship last year (May) that he succeeded in passing the cut. Afterwards, Woods, who was eliminated from the cut at the 150th The Open Championship (July), challenges to complete four days in 10 months after the 2022 Masters Tournament (47th place). It is the first time since a traffic accident in February 2021 that Woods hit 4 under par in a day by raising 32 steps in the ranking of 4 under par,

including an eagle shot in 3R, and tied for 26th. Woods posted this 2 years and 3 months after hitting 4 under par 68 in the first round of the 2020 Masters Tournament (tied for 38th) held in November due to the Corona 19 pandemic. Woods scored in the 60s once in the second round of the PGA Championship (3 under par 69 strokes) out of three tournaments last year.

Woods, who caught two birdies in the first half, lightly caught the eagle with a 5-iron shot leaving 190 yards on the first hole (par 5) of the second half, putting the ball 90cm to the side of the hole. If the ball had gone a little further to the right, it would have been an albatross. Afterwards, he added a birdie in hole 5 (par 4), but committed a bogey in hole 7 (par 4) and finished the round. 바카라사이트

Woods, who was 12 strokes behind leader John Ram (15 under par, 198 strokes, Spain), said, “I’m still not in good shape, but I will try to get closer to the lead tomorrow. We are far away, but we do not know the result.”

After 2R, despite the apology for the ‘sanitary napkin prank’,
controversy continues, including criticism from major media.

Meanwhile, criticism of Woods’ ‘sanitary pad prank’ continued. On the first day of the tournament, Woods hit a tee shot farther than Justin Thomas (USA) on the 9th hole, and then played a prank on his junior by handing him a sanitary napkin, drawing criticism. USA Today columnist Christine Brennan criticized Thomas on the 18th, saying, “I teased Thomas for beating him like a girl, but as a father of a 15-year-old daughter, it was very inappropriate.” Woods, who undermined his authority with inappropriate behavior, apologized after the second round.

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