Twitter roasts Tiger after tough round
Tiger Woods endured a tough opening round at the US Open and haters in the twittersphere were happy to pounce.
The 14-time major winner opened his account with a triple-bogey seven and things didn’t really improve from there, with further back-to-back double bogeys leading to an eight-over 78.
To be fair, the blustery conditions at Shinnecock Hills had many struggling. Not that twitter cared…
Lips out for bogey. Double. Now 8 over.
That's it. Give me that damn putter. I'm chucking it off the dinghy.
— Tiger Tracker (@GCTigerTracker) June 14, 2018
Everyone holding Tiger futures after watching that first hole triple bogey… pic.twitter.com/6x5VIqpNw1
— The Action Network (@ActionNetworkHQ) June 14, 2018
— Club Pro Guy (@ClubProGuy) June 14, 2018
It's cool, Tiger. I too have been 4-over after two holes.
— Barrett Sallee (@BarrettSallee) June 14, 2018
In his last major win, Tiger Woods opened with a double-bogey.
Today he starts with a triple-bogey, which is … uh, even better?
— Jason Sobel (@JasonSobelTAN) June 14, 2018
Tiger, next time you're going to get a triple… pic.twitter.com/6C24MSDZnp
— Wendy's (@Wendys) June 14, 2018
In a quick count, seeing 27 major champions who are a combined 155 over par, with more holes to play.
— Mike O'Malley (@GD_MikeO) June 14, 2018
Live shot at Tiger Woods from the
US Open pic.twitter.com/kV245ZFGqt
— William DuPont (@WilliamDuPontJ5) June 14, 2018
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