The Bridgestone Invitational is over for Tiger Woods, and the leaders still don’t tee off for another couple of hours. Today Tiger scored a 77 to cap off the worst four days of scoring in his professional career, 18 over par.
Tiger said he wasn’t surprised by his performance this week. When asked why he wasn’t surprised about his performance by the press, his answer was, “it’s been a long year.”
In a few hours we’ll get to see if Phil Mickelson can climb up the leaderboard from 10th position to a top four, which would put in in the #1 world ranking.
It will be an interesting rest of the day and I’ll be sitting here watching it all because my back is out and I can’t play right now.
So glad my golfing mom didn’t live to witness the mess Tiger got his life into.