Tiger Woods Has Career-Worst U.S. Open Round
At least he isn’t last. The 14-time men’s major champion scored 80 in a disappointing U.S. Open round yesterday, a miserable 10 over par at Chambers Bay, putting him 15 shots back from the leaders. It’s the second straight tournament Woods has hit over 80 — the third this year — despite having only done it once in his entire earlier pro career. He finished the day with eight bogeys, a triple-bogey and just one birdie, and may soon drop out of the top 200 players.