Tiger Woods sinks to a new professional low with Saturday’s 85 at The Memorial.
DUBLIN, Ohio (AP) — Tiger Woods hit a new low with the highest score of his career Saturday — an 85 at the Memorial.
Woods ended his front nine with back-to-back double bogeys. Needing a par to avoid the worst score of his career, he hooked his tee shot into the water, flubbed two chips and ended with a quadruple-bogey 8.
He was in last place at Muirfield Village, the course where he has won eight times, meaning he likely would tee off by himself Sunday morning.
Tiger Woods walks off the green on the 18th hole after the worst round of his career.
Woods signed his card and declined interview requests, walking out the door to sign a few autographs.
He played with Zac Blair, a PGA Tour rookie from Utah who once got Woods’ autograph at the 2000 PGA Championship. That was when Woods was at his best.
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