Masters: Tiger Woods Shoots 70, Holds Out Hope For Sunday
If you’ve only watched Tiger Woods play hole No. 15 at this year’s Masters, you’ve seen everything you need to know about his tournament.
Woods parred it on Thursday (which has been a common theme for him on the par-5s throughout the week), had the now-infamous two-stroke penalty ball drop on Friday for an eight, and then absolutely stuck his approach on Saturday afternoon to about 10 feet.
Woods missed the eagle putt — among a host of putts he missed on Saturday — but still, the birdie got him within three of the lead heading to the last three holes.
After his round, Woods was asked by CBS’ Bill Macatee if his drop ball penalty from earlier this morning bothered him:
“It was certainly a distraction early. It happens, move on. I was ready to play come game time.”
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