He should have his eyes checked by a doctor too!! After the first round on Thursday clearly his eyes were a problem.
Re Tigers eyes
I noticed a problem also...when speaking after round he was squinting badly.
I wondered if allergies were worse.
Its really not a big deal. Tiger only played this week because he told Finchem he'd add new events to his schedule. It isn't a secret that Tiger doesn't like birdie-fests. He enjoys playing tough courses because it helps him prepare for majors. Playing events like the Memorial and AT&T National on courses like those prepare him better for winning majors than courses like Greenbrier do. This missed cut is just a blip on the radar
So true CC....just a blip on the radar. Tiger's game is showing signs of improvement every tournament he enters. His accuracy off the tee has been awesome!! And when he missed a fairway it was a slight miss. What I'm waiting for is his return to superiority in making on course adjustments......approach shots and putting. This week he was either long or short with both.....just couldn't get those distances zoned in. When he was at the top of his game, you might only see that for a couple holes.....this week it was pretty much start to finish. It'll come and when all aspects of his game are in synch....watch out!!!!
PS....I'm happy he is adding different tournaments to his schedule.....he's a real trouper and knows his status as the top player, helps grow the game :-))