Tiger Woods ignores kids looking for autographs at Open

Paola Ditto
Luglio 20, 2018

But Rose has lagged behind the leaders at The Open, joining Johnson in 54th place past year.

"I love TV and I am not going to stop doing it any time soon", said Chamblee, 56, who retired in 2003 to spend more time with his three children. "We're all going to get cut and the guy who wins will be the guy who bleeds the least", he said.

CARNOUSTIE, Scotland - Tiger Woods got off to a promising start at The Open before bogeying two of the final six holes in route to an opening-round 71. Tony Finau is the model favourite with an 8.5 percent chance to hoist the coveted Claret Jug on Sunday, closely followed by some of the game's best in Justin Thomas, Jon Rahm, and Rory McIlroy.

Spieth carded two birdies in his first four holes of the day and dazzled spectators with a bold putt along the edge of a bunker that set up a par save at the eighth.

"Look what Tom did at Turnberry at 59, I believe he was". The golf course was sweet. "But creativity plays such an important role".

Tiger Woods is a 14-time major victor, however, he has angered golf fans this afternoon after pushing away children eagerly waiting for his autograph at The Open.

McIlroy, meanwhile, starts his round at 12:53pm.

Tiger Woods of the US plays out of the rough on the 2nd hole during the second round of the British Open Golf Championship in Carnoustie Scotland Friday
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"I've had four weeks off, so I've had a lot of rest. I feel a bit more comfortable on this stage than I have in previous years, which is nice". A relatively unknown player in Erik van Rooyen took the lead early but was later passed by Kevin Kisner, who finished the day at five-under and now sits alone at the top of the leaderboard.

He grew up close to another major championship which awards its victor a Green Jacket instead of the Claret Jug up for grabs this week but as much as he loves the Masters he would take an Open victory without any complaints.

Yet even when the wheels threatened to fall off his round, Woods dug deep to par three of the toughest closing holes on the Open circuit with a calm authority.

In 1999, the year Frenchman Jean Van de Velde famously blew his hopes of victory as he tried to play out of the Barry Burn in front of the 18th green, the weather added an extra layer of difficulty.

Players walk up the ninth fairway at Carnoustie, where dry conditions have left the course hard and fast.

Davis, the 23-year-old from Sydney, made five birdies in an impressive Open Championship debut, having secured his spot in the field by winning the Emirates Australian Open last year.

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