Tiger Woods Shoots One-Under 69 | Round 2 | PGA Championship | 2022

Highlights as Tiger Woods shoots a one-under 69 in Round 2 of the 2022 PGA Championship at Southern Hills Country Club.

Contested each May, the PGA Championship is the second major championship in golf’s yearly rotation, and perennially features the most powerful field in the males’s game based on the Official World Golf Rankings. Known for theatrical ends and notable champions, the Wanamaker Trophy—which has been awarded to the victor since 1916—is inscribed with names for instance Koepka, McIlroy, Woods, Mickelson, Nicklaus, and Player. The 2022 PGA Championship is set to take place between 19-22 May at Southern Hills Country Club. The reigning champ is Phil Mickelson.

10 Comments:

  1. Who cares what this wasted washed up drunk does what about the other players that are better show them

  2. I’m such a tiger woods fan

  3. Great to see him back. Still hate the people who scream get in the hole, obnoxiously loud, no matter how the shot looks. I would end up punching him in the face if I actually went to one of these. It’s like almost every clip some idiot is yelling getting the hole.

  4. Ashoka the Great

    10+ minute highlights, I can appreciate that

  5. Impressive what he is doing! And as a person w/mobility issues from medical problems, my hope is the PGA finds a way so he doesn’t have to walk to each hole. It is a shame that so many are limited in what they can do, and how much pain they needlessly suffer, because need for mobility devices are dismissed. Tiger should shine a light on this for all of us, so we can ALL do more!!! Let him PLAY GOLF…it’s not about walking between holes!

  6. Amazing round. He’s playing well. And putted great today.

  7. my lures stuck in a tree

    Why this crappy music over the clips? It’s unbearable. I couldn’t watch the whole thing

  8. Just keep him from driving and all will be good!

  9. Next time take out the added music it’s a huge distraction!

  10. 79 – Plus12…He gone!

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