After Suffering Painful Injuries, Tiger Woods Suffers Another Massive Setback in 25 Years, at The Masters, Per Reports

8th April, 2023


But despite his stellar career, his health has evaded him for a long time now. He is still healing from his 2021 car crash, among the other injuries and surgeries, that have deteriorated his health and form significantly. And owing to his health concerns, for the first time in his professional career, Woods did not beat the field scoring average in the first round at the Masters!

Tiger Woods is currently playing his 25th Masters Tournament.

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Woods’ disappointing first day at the Masters 2023.

Woods appeared exhausted as he walked up the challenging 495-yard hole,

Resulting in his approach falling short of the intended target. His birdie attempt and subsequent par try also failed to hit the mark, with his playing partners, Victor Hovland, and Xander Schauffele, having an easier time with the hole. 

This was no surprise, as the fifth hole, Magnolia, is known to be one of the course’s toughest.

As the group moved on to the next hole, it became evident that Woods was struggling while his companions appeared composed and at ease. Woods ended up with a 74, which was only slightly improved by a late rally, while the rest of the Masters field performed exceptionally well.

What did Woods say regarding his performance?

“I felt like I drove it good. I just didn’t do the job I need to do to get the ball close,” Woods commented on Thursday afternoon. “Today was the opportune time to get the ball—get the round under par, and I didn’t do that today. Most of the guys are going low today. This was the day to do it.”


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