On Day 2 of the U.S. Open at Chambers Bay, former golf legend, Tiger Woods, has some issues on the hill while retrieving ball.
By Robby Sabo
At this point, nobody can imagine how much worse it can actually get for Tiger Woods.
On Day 1, Tiger actually endured a fair amount of heckling on 17 and 18, while wrapping up his disastrous 80-shot day.
He managed to pull off less than stellar highlights such like this:
And of course, we witnessed more than likely the worst shot of his career. He looked like the average Joe on the public course down the street from your house on this one:
I think it’s safe to assume that Tiger has reached rock-bottom.
The haters are revealing in it and the guys who appreciate the game and what he’d one for it are drowning in their sorrows. After posting his career worst U.S. Open round of +10 yesterday, he’s currently +4 today through 16 holes.
Only three other golfers have higher than Tiger’s +14 at the moment.
It certainly is tough to watch. It’s also tough knowing Tiger won’t do what’s necessary: ask for help.
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