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Tiger Woods apologizes for giving Justin Thomas tampons

Fifteen-time Major champion Tiger Woods has apologized after handing fellow golfer Justin Thomas a tampon during the first round of the Genesis Invitational on Thursday.

After Friday’s second round at the Riviera Country Club in Pacific Palisades, California, Woods said he didn’t mean to offend anyone.

“It was supposed to be just fun and obviously it didn’t work out that way.” Tiger told reporters. “If I offended anyone, that’s not the case, it’s just for the fun of friends. Like I said, if I offended anyone in any way, any form, I apologize. sorry. I didn’t mean it like that. It’s just that we play pranks on each other all the time and I don’t think it happens that way, but between us – it’s different.”

Alex McDaniel, managing editor of USA Today’s For The Win, wrote on Twitter on Friday morning: “If a tiger goes through three months of bleeding a year and faces menstrual cramps, they will make a movie comprehensive document on how champions overcome insurmountable obstacles”.

Woods is in danger of missing out on the tournament after finishing the second round 1-over-par. According to pgatour.com, the expected cut-off line is currently flat, but the ESPN broadcast said the cut-off line is expected to shift to once as the afternoon progresses.

Woods criticized his play on Friday, saying “this is the highest score I could score today.”

After sustaining a severe leg injury in a car crash two years ago, Woods has been in the occasional game as he battles a grueling recovery.

Competing at the Genesis Invitational this week marks his first official tournament start since the Open Championship in July and his first non-major PGA Tour event since the ZOZO Championship in October. 2020.

He ended his first round with a par 69 two-under, with a birdie on his last three holes, to end the day five shots behind tournament leaders Max Homa and Keith Mitchell.

Woods said: “Probably should have shot five or six better than this easily. “It’s just not making putts early and in the middle of the round when I get those opportunities. And they’re not very hard puts, I just make bad putts and obviously not too. had a very bad finish.”

The Genesis Invitational runs until Sunday.



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