Watch: Woods blows drive past Thomas … at that point tells him it
Tiger Woods said Tuesday that the objective with testing out potential Presidents Cup pairings in the first round of the current week’s Hero World Challenge would assemble companions and having a fabulous time.
“I would express that attempting to combine up the folks so they had a great time this week, we’re taking a gander at that,” Woods said. “The main time I’m ready to do that and pair up folks with companions is the principal day. We re-pair from that point forward, so matching folks that are companions, making some great memories, that was critical.”
Well generally, it looked like Woods had an impact with amigo Justin Thomas on Wednesday, yet it was especially apparent on the 11th opening, when the 44- year-old competition have outdrove the 26- year-old Thomas by a mile, and afterward made a point to tell him it.
While strolling down the fairway, Tiger walked around to JT’s ball just to “ensure” it wasn’t his, bringing a big grin to the essence of the player 18 years his lesser.
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Thomas did, anyway get the last giggle, checking a 69 to beat Woods’ even-standard 72 by three strokes.