Friday, December 7, 2012
If there was a list for those who dominate golf, Tiger Woods takes the cake! Tiger, in just 16 years, even before he turns 37 years old at the end of December, already has 101 professional wins. Tiger Woods is undoubtedly one of the best golfers in history and has made countless memorable shots in his professional career. Here are a few of US Hole In One‘s favorite Tiger Woods shots.
1996 U.S. Bank Championship
During the final round, Tiger Woods makes his first hole in one as a PGA pro on hole #14, an 188 yard par 3, with a 6-iron. He finishes tied for 60th place in the end.
2001 Player’s Cup
On the 17th hole at TPC Sawgrass, Tiger sinks a 60 foot putt. Woods goes on to win the THE PLAYERS the next day.
2001 EMC World Cup
Tiger Woods forces a playoff and makes this chipshot for eagle at the 2001 World Cup in Japan.
On the 16th hole at Augusta National, Tiger Woods chip-ins for a birdie. Tiger then goes on to win his fourth green jacket!
2008 Arnold Palmer Invitational
On the final hole, Tiger sinks a 22-foot putt and wins 2008 Arnold Palmer Invitational by one stroke.
2008 US Open
Tiger Woods makes an eagle putt on the 18th hole at Torrey Pines. He then forced a Monday playoff against Rocco Mediate.
2012 Memorial Tournament
Tiger Woods holed this difficult chip, on the 16th hole during the final round. He goes on to win the event by two shots.
What are some of your favorite Tiger moments that we missed?
By: Sarah Halcovage