John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports

Tiger Woods shouldn’t have been able to make par. His ball was literally inside a greenside shrubbery on the 10th hole Thursday.

Yet the competitive veteran pulled out every single one of his tricks, hitting the ball from his knees, left-handed, and somehow getting the ball close to the pin.

The best part is Tiger saved par. Unreal.



At this point, Woods is one down to Brandt Snedeker in the Match Play event.


Jesse Reed
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