Tiger Tracker: Tiger Woods’ first round at the PGA Championship

The golf world endured a long wait to see Tiger Woods back in action when the sports world shut down in March because of COVID-19. We got a glimpse of Tiger in abysmal conditions at The Match II: Champions for Charity, and then a more formal look last month when he teed it up at the Memorial.

Woods closed out his 18th appearance in the Memorial on July 19 with a final-hole bogey that completed a 4-over-par 76 at and placed his name well down on the leaderboard at Muirfield Village Golf Club. The five-time winner of Jack Nicklaus’s annual gathering of the game’s best players posted rounds of 71-76-71-76 that left him at 6-over-par 294.

This week, Woods continues his quest for another major title at TPC Harding Park. He has a new putter in play — benching his iconic Scotty Cameron Newport 2 GSS that he used to win 14 of his 15 majors in favor of a new Scotty Cameron prototype.

Woods tees off at 11:33 a.m. EDT alongside Rory McIlroy and Justin Thomas.

We’re tracking his round, shot-by-shot.

No. 10 – Par 5

It’s an eerie feeling without crowds on a hazy morning at TPC Harding Park. Less fanfare than usual greet Tiger on the 10th tee, but he stripes one right down the middle regardless.


It’s not going to be warm in San Francisco this week, which makes Woods’ warm-up even more key. Here’s an idea.

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