Before this week, Woods had failed to reach the weekend twice as a pro in major championships — the 2006 U.S. Open after his father's death, and the British Open two years ago at Turnberry. He missed the Masters' cut as an amateur in 1996.
But he found his back against the wall after Thursday's opening 77.
"I think I was in, what, 20 bunkers in two days?" Woods said. "And I had four or five water balls. That's not going to add up to a very good score."
For the record, the count was 22 bunkers (11 off the tee, 11 greenside) and four splashdowns. It also marked the first time as a pro that Woods has made five double bogeys in a tournament.
That's the price you have to pay for "doing" something odd....
It's back to basis Mr Woods... and Good Luck for it...
Have a nice day.