Round 4: Open Championship
July 22 2012
Tiger Woods’ chances appeared to have been doomed after a triple-bogey 7 on the sixth hole, where his approach shot landed in a pot bunker and he was not able to escape from on his first attempt.
A chip-in for birdie on the next hole, however, put Woods back in contention — albeit at a distance after he made another bogey on the par-3 ninth, where he hit a less-than-stellar chip that left him 15 feet for par.
Woods made the turn in 37 and is five shots off the lead of Adam Scott.
Can he make a back-nine charge? Share your thoughts below.