Tiger Woods takes emotional travel across Swilcan Bridge to No. 18 at The 150th Open | Golf Channel

Tiger Woods is conquer with emotion as he travels across the Swilcan Bridge and up to the 18th hole for what could potentially be his last Open at St. Andrews.
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Tiger Woods takes emotional walk across Swilcan Bridge to No.

8 Comments:

  1. If this is his last PGA event, he can always open a golf academy but no one can teach greatness. One can only coach it.

  2. He should join LIV

  3. klondike rations

    I dont care.

  4. You’re done…bye bye!

  5. Tiger is now officially a washed up golfer , time to retire & just play in pro ams & legend rounds . Time to move on .

  6. To the person who stole my anti-depressant pills: I hope you’re happy now.

  7. Just another lying cheater!!

  8. Primal Publishing

    Thanks for what you said about liv golf. You have to earn it in this life. I’m trying to have one of my novels turned into a movie and I have to earn it writing one book at a time. Mike Esola

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