Tiger Woods’ First Round | Every Single Shot | The Masters
Watch every single shot from Tiger Woods’s one-under-par first round of the Masters. #theMasters
Since 1934, the Masters Tournament has been home to some of golf’s greatest moments. Amidst blooming azaleas, towering pines and flowering dogwoods, the first full week of April ushers in a stage unique to golf and to sport. Over four days and 72 holes, the smallest field in major championship golf competes for a chance to capture the Green Jacket and a place in Masters history.
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Just the fact that he’s in the field contending is incredible. Golf is better with him in the game.
@Matt Zloto said no one ever
@Matt Zloto What about him playing “ruins” the sport?
The game is much much better off with Tiger playing. I’m glad he is playing well. However, tv commentary are to blame for every minute it is TIGER TIGER TIGER which gets old and gotten out of hand. Almost all the attention is on TIGER as if he is the only golfer playing in the field. It is all so ridiculous thankfully they’ve just stopped short of him making a restroom stop. TV has absolutely run all this TIGER TIGER TIGER focus into the ground.
@Matt Zloto clearly you know absolutely nothing about golf and the ratings when he is playing golf. One of the best players ever……sit down child and play your tv games, and leave golf to the adults.
@Matt Zloto He was never 1 over throughout the entire first round, nice app you have there, hater.
Aww yeah The Masters social media team giving the people what they want!
Exactly, not all of us can be awake that late to watch it live.
@Mehlmanmedical Garrrr steve
SERIOUSLY THANK YOU MASTERS (sorry for caps)
@madhatten Let’s make the video unwatchable/pointless in order to save 2-3 minutes.
What I see is smartly managed play. His tempo looks very smooth. He had a bad warm-up on the range, AND still shot -1. That’s what the best do, find a way even on bad range days. Going thru the 24 hour cycles, keeping it all together, that’s what most of this is about. Go get’em TW. Many are praying the best for you, in ALL things!
@Matt Anderson – I’d love to see him on Sunday smashing it. He is the reason golf was brought into the new era when he was at his peak! Anyone who questions it really didn’t follow golf properly in my opinion to not notice that
@John Stanton By no means am I saying he’s going to win, but very often he started off just 1 or 2 under par in the first round and then went to town in rounds 2 and 3.
His driver looks really bad. Would be fun to watch him play on Sat and Sunday though.
@MC Hsvaso Tiger said so himself in the post-round Q&A with the media
@Zero2Hero Golf – if you look at some of his most incredible tournament wins, he hasnt started strong and came back like a beast
He shot -1 at one of the hardest courses to play and walk just 13mon after obliterating his leg to the point amputation was a possibility.
Remember that watching this. This man is borderline inhuman.
Also, all of that short game work while he was rehabbing paid off. His short game looked as sharp as ever. Only thing lacking was leaving so many putts short.
@JCAesthetics There’s nothing sad about acknowledging obvious truths. What Tiger did would not be possible without his enormous wealth and privilege. An ordinary Joe would not have access to the same level of medical care and personal attention that Tiger has had since his injury and through his other surgeries. I have friends that have suffered traumas on this level and will never recover because they aren’t wealthy enough to get the absolute best medical care. When you can afford to employ a “team” to take care of you for the sole purpose of playing golf, it makes your odds of success much higher. That takes nothing away from his effort and determination but all the effort and determination in the world isn’t going to get you to the point he’s at without millions of dollars of support & having a name that attracts only the best in medical personnel.
Anyone who cannot acknowledge this obvious truth has his head buried in the sand and would rather live with a mythical version of the man than in reality.
@JCAesthetics Couldn’t agree more!
He’s from outer space 🪐 for sure
@Jim Smith lololol
@Preston Peck absolutely.
Woods left at least 3-4 strokes out there. Overall great round!
please explain how he got a drop on 18 after flying the ball 40-50 yards OB, and not getting a penalty, and getting a drop 2 feet from the fairway??? Boy they are catering to this dude for ratings huge.
@Magasin DuSex this black golfer matters, his charity has helped thousands of children, unlike black lives matter, who raised money for a personal property portfolio.
@I watch videos Black Golfers matter
to go from where he was, to having -1 at Augusta in that amount of time is just….unbelievable.
Super grateful for Tiger being an Icon during my life. At the age of 32, I have nostalgia from watching him as a kid and I can’t believe I’m still watching him contend after all he’s gone through. Amazing.
Tiger bring cheer to golf world.
Amazing form when he had the accident I thought his career might have ended there, awesome to see him back.
Just by getting through this round, he has done the impossible. To also stay within top ten, that is insane.
I love his post-injury swing. The tempo is great, and he is swinging within himself.
@Jeff Smith I saw him picking up the tee after a shot with this an extra effort. I wouldn’t even care about a tee…
@Dan Story looks very similar to pre crash to me. He doesn’t have the coil he once did but that’s his back. Clearly he’s not pushing hard off the ground but it didn’t look odd to me. Just a guy with a fused spine.
I hope Tiger makes it all the way, at least in a playoff. Yes, that swing with the driver looked to be a bit painful late in the round, I just hope he can maintain for four straight days of the Masters.
@Johnny Penso I think he has a natural swing but it’s hard for him to sustain over a long walked course like the Masters. His early swings look great in comparison to the one at 5:59 which looks labored and a little stiff.
@Dan Story It does. It looks forced and unnatural. Didn’t expect any different given his age and back and leg problems. A great first round all things considered.