Woods ‘Estatic’ How His HWC Week Turned Out.

Tiger Woods could not contain his emotions declaring: “I’m estatic how the week turned out” following his four rounds at the Hero World Chalelnge in the Bahamas.

Wood ended the last regular competition event of his 28th PGA Tour year with scores of 75, 70, 71 and a closing level par 72 for a level par tally and 18th place in the elite 20-player field competing on the host Albany course.

“I’m ecstatic how the week turned out not just from me playing but I think organizationally of the event and how everything’s been run”, he said. “Just the whole week has been very smooth and I think everyone here has enjoyed it.

“I was curious just like you guys what this is going to look like. I haven’t done it in a while, I haven’t done it with my ankle the way it is now and I was excited each and every day to kind of get through it and kind of start piecing rounds together again. I haven’t done this in a long time so it was fun to feel that again”.

Over the four days there was some shots of brilliance to remind us that Woods ‘still has it’ while there was, and as he been saying after each round, still much rust in this game.

Over the four rounds, Woods produced 19 birdies, 17  bogeys and two doubles.

His best run of holes was easily the opening seven on day two, posting four birdies to be four-under while his poorest was Woods’ on Thurday when he played holes 15 to 17 at four over – double-bogey, bogey, bogey

It was 235 days since withdrawn early on day three of the rain-affected Masters that Woods arrived in the Bahamas to again tee-up in Tour competiton.

It’s now just 11 days till he’s joined by son Charlie, combining again to contest the December 14th commmencing PNC Championship.

Should all go well, it will then be a further 52 days till Woods is likely to kick-start what will be his 29th PGA Tour career season at the February 12th commencing Genesis Invitational in suburban Santa Monica.

Well done TWand so good to see you back to competition.



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