Tiger Woods: A 23rd US Open, A First In Four Years But Could It The Triple Champions Last?

It has been four years since Tiger Woods last contested a US Open.

Woods teed-up in the 2020 US Open at Winged Foot but with the three-time former championship winner missing the halfway cut.

This week marks also Woods’ 94th major championship since making his debut at the games highest level as an amateur at the 1995 Masters and with Woods to be contesting this week what also will be a 23rd US Open.

Since missing the cut in that 2020 US Open, Woods has teed-up in just six majors but playing all four rounds in just two – the 2022 and ’24 Masters.

However, the question must be asked if this week could be Woods’ last showing in a US Open and a championship he captured in 2000, 2002 and 2008?

Woods, 48, is no stranger to this week’s famed Pinehurst No. 2 host venue having finished T3rd behind the late Payne Stewart in the 1999 US Open and with the now World No. 829th ranked player seen yesterday (Sunday) preparing for his fourth start of the season and first since the 2024 PGA Championship, where he missed the cut.

Woods scouted Pinehurst No.2 his new caddie Lance Bennett last week, and he was seen out on the practice range and the course with son Charlie.



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