Finally turns 21 (and wins first tournament in 21 months), but her attempts to celebrate with booze are nixed when she forgets her ID. Doh!
More signs of promise, but no cigar as yet for Woods, who can only post a T55 at the Wells Fargo. His driving finally looks better, but now it’s his putting. “I made nothing,” he rues.
First-round leader at Quail Hollow follows up with 77-72-71 and ponders his future. Age 29, he plans to retire at the seaon’s end to spend more time with his family.
TV caption writers
Tiger’s return at Wells Fargo even needed a screen caption to remind viewers who he was? OK, ‘Plays Professional Golf’, then.