July 18, 2014
- Tiger Woods got off to a rocky start Friday at The Open Championship. (Andrew Redington/Getty Images)
Tiger Woods opened his second round at The Open Championship on Friday with a double bogey. According to our ShotLink guys at the PGA TOUR, it's the first time he has started a round at a major with a double bogey or worse since the 2009 Masters, and it's the eighth time it's happened to him during his major career.
You may recall that the opening hole at Torrey Pines in 2008 was particularly perplexing for Tiger, who double-bogeyed it three times en route to winning the U.S. Open in a playoff against Rocco Mediate.
|2014||The Open Championship||Royal Liverpool||2||Double-bogey 6|
|2009||Masters||Augusta National||1||Double-bogey 6|
|2008||U.S. Open||Torrey Pines||1||Double-bogey 6|
|2008||U.S. Open||Torrey Pines||3||Double-bogey 6|
|2008||U.S. Open||Torrey Pines||4||Double-bogey 6|
|2007||The Open Championship||Carnoustie||2||Double-bogey 6|
|2003||The Open Championship||Royal St. George's||1||Triple-bogey 7|
|1999||U.S. Open||Pinehurst No. 2||3||Double-bogey 6|