Tiger Woods missed his chance at what could be his last British Open at St. Andrews
Tiger Woods of America reacts on the 18th during the second round of the 150th Open Championship – Old Course, St Andrews, Scotland, England, July 15, 2022.
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After two difficult days at St.
He was clear feelings as he crossed the Swilcan Bridge to the 18th hole of the Old Course. After the finish, he speculated that this could be his last spin there. He called the Scottish class class His favorite to play on.
“I don’t know if I’ll be fit enough to play another British Open at St. Andrews here,” he said. he said, according to NBCUniversal’s Golf Channel.
Woods, 46, has faced a number of health problems in recent years. He made his comeback this year from a 2021 car accident that nearly cost him his right leg.
Woods has won 15 major championships since he turned pro in 1996. Among them, he won three Open championships – two of which came at St. Andrews.
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