Tiger Woods Bridgestone Invitational 2010 Weak Performance
Tiger Woods Bridgestone Invitational 2010 Weak Performance – Tiger Woods has been struggling, to say the least. He logged another terrible round and then all but conceded the number one spot in the world to his rival Phil Mickelson. Tiger has experienced a slump since the scandal involving his adultery with multiple women was made public at the end of last year. Woods’ personal life has clearly begun to affect his golf game, which is a very mental game to begin with. If he is unable to focus, he certainly will not be able to play golf well.
“Well, if Phil plays the way he’s supposed to this weekend, then he’ll be No. 1,” Woods said Mickelson was tied for second, and was one shot back from Retief Goosen after two rounds of play.
One week before the PGA Championship and six weeks before the Ryder Cup, and Woods’ game has never been worse throughout his career. He was one over through six holes, but then knocked a shot to the left of the green on a par three on the seventh hole.
It is not clear what might be wrong with Tiger mechanically at this time, and fans are worried that he might have lost his swing. While it is highly unlikely that Tiger will never be able to rebound from this, it is still worrisome to some fans. Now it is time for Tiger to take a good, hard, look at his game and figure out what might have changed over the course of the last few months.
“Well, I drove it terrible, hit my irons terrible, didn’t putt well, and it added up to a lot,” Woods said after the round came to a close.