Neither marketing executives, pro golfers nor golf fans, imagined Woods would go through everything he’s endured to wind up again in the winner’s circle at age 42 after a five-year drought. None of us is Tiger Woods. And I’m not sure, notwithstanding his fortune, we’d want to be.
On Thursday in the BMW Championship, Woods had his lowest score in an opening round in nearly 20 years and his best score on the PGA Tour since his last victory more than five years ago. With a bogey on his penultimate hole, he had an 8-under 62 at Aronimink.