It didn’t take long for one Eldrick Tiger Woods to justify his pick as a wildcard for this year’s Ryder Cup in France at the end of the month.
After suffering four back surgeries and the humiliation of slipping to 626th in the world rankings, the former most dominant player’s career revival is hitting the heights few thought possible when the dashcam footage of his arrest in Florida 15 months ago was released.
Tiger Woods shoots his best round on the PGA Tour since the last time he won in 2013, good enough for a share of the lead at the BMW Championship @dougferguson405 https://t.co/pz0OQPxTpQ pic.twitter.com/bUPkwdyCal
— AP Sports (@AP_Sports) September 6, 2018
Woods shot seven birdies yesterday at the BMW Championship as he switched back to the putter that helped him to 14 of his 15 Major titles. His co-lead with Rory McIlroy was the first time he’d sat at the top of the leaderboard in five years. So we thought we’d share it with you.
Look away now Team Europe!