Through 10 holes in the current BMW Championship, Tiger made par to move to -7 under and take sole possession of the lead by three strokes over Rickie Fowler, Hideki Matsuyama and a few other golfers. Tiger is in a zone. He’s already had his first Eagle in three months.
This could be the one we’ve all been waiting for. Win or lose, the consistency he’s exhibiting as a contender proves that Tiger is back. Being recently named to the U.S.
Tiger Woods Takes the Lead at the BMW Championship https://t.co/1Jl1plmmqm
In Augusts PGA Championships Tiger captivated the sports world as he shot a 64, his lowest final round ever in a PGA major. The living legend, whose comeback has been nothing short of epic, finished second behind Brooks Koepka (-16) with a score of -14.
Tiger Woods last victory on the PGA Tour his 79th came more than five years ago, on Aug. 4, 2013, at the 2013 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational at Firestone Country Club in Akron, Ohio.
The golf world waits in intense anticipation of the day he puts, stroked and slices his way to a dub on the Tour.
Wow. Another birdie. @TigerWoods just shot 29. He holds the lead @BMWChamps. #LiveUnderPar https://t.co/iYdGDMqhrY
Tiger isnt getting crowned today, theres still a ton of golf left, but he does have that confident swag and his putting game look solid, so this could be the tournament he breaks through.