Former world number one Tiger Woods fired a 3 under 67 in the second round replicating his first round performance and stayed him in contention for the Open title at Lytham.
Three time British Open champion Tiger Woods carded a three-under par 67 in the opening round at Lytham.
Tiger Woods, who aims for his 15th major at Lytham, insists that the course is ‘fair’ and that good scores are still possible.
More than ever, Tiger Woods is focused in the upcoming British Open which he considers his ‘favorite major championship’.
Tiger Woods on his website announces his return to golf after 11 months of being inactive due to a left leg injury.
After clinching the British Open championship recently, Darren Clarke has set his eyes to win the Irish Open Championship at Killarney.
Darren Clarke of Northern Ireland thwarts the hope of American Phil Mickelson to clinch a 3 shot win at the British Open on Sunday.
Denmark’s Thomas Bjorn set the early pace at the British Open with a magnificent 65.
Rory McIlroy became the youngest major champion since Tiger Woods won his first major at Augusta National in 1997. It can be observed that the last four major champions are all in their 20s.
Tiger Woods will not be participating in the AT&T National next week outside Philadelphia as he still recuperating from his left leg injuries.