Sport Tiger Tracker: Tiger Woods searches for Saturday magic at Players

16:10  12 may  2018
16:10  12 may  2018 Source:   golfweek.com

Tiger Woods put his clubs in closet for 10 days after disappointing Masters

  Tiger Woods put his clubs in closet for 10 days after disappointing Masters Tiger Woods hasn't played in the Wells Fargo Championship since 2012, forcing him to get acquainted with the Quail Hollow course again.He’s also been getting to know an old friend again.

| Tiger Tracker : Finishes Masters title defense with incredible back nine. Tiger Woods wasn't able to defend his Masters title but he provided plenty of Sunday excitement. Tiger Woods wasn't aggressive enough on Saturday at Augusta and maybe that had to do with his body.

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Tiger Woods made the cut on the number at the Players Championship and begins Saturday 14 shots back.

What will he produce on Moving Day? We'll follow his third-round progress shot-by-shot. Keep up with all that below…

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Tiger is on the range!

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Tiger has not arrived yet, that we are aware of. For now, here's a funny story about Mackenzie Hughes, TW's playing competitor today, meeting Tiger for the first time earlier this year…

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Wise wins tournament, still gets friendzoned on national TV .
As they say, when these sort of things happen, we must respectfully provide a moment of silence for our fallen brethren. The friend zone can be a ​tough area for guys to climb out of. Even pro golfer Aaron Wise, who won his first ever PGA Tour title at the AT&T Byron Nelson tournament in Dallas Sunday, wasn't capable.Prepare to feel the pain and sorrow for him after watching the clip below:Is a check worth $1,386,000 enough to help Aaron Wise forget about getting friend zoned on TV? pic.twitter.

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