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Tiger Woods was eliminated at 2019 The Open

Tiger Woods was eliminated at 2019 The Open

"Super Tiger" Tiger Woods scored a total of +6 points over two rounds and soon left the last major award of the year.

After being treated on the back, Woods swing was more elegant than the first round. "Super Tiger" reached 70 sticks (par71) on the second day, but the -1 point in this round was not enough to correct mistakes on the opening day. With a total score of +6, Woods could not reach the top 80 golfer and was cut off.

Tiger Woods started off with an exciting second, when birdies were from more than eight meters away. Four consecutive par points followed by the second birdie of the day on Hole 6. Hole 7 Bogey does not cause "Super Tiger" to lose its rhythm. 43-year-old birdie Golfer in holes 10 and 11, to pull the total score to +4.

Woods needs three to four more birdies in the last seven holes to stay with the tournament. But five consecutive par points make the "Super Tiger" impatient in the last two holes. Woods bogey both holes 17 and 18 and finishes the tournament with +6 points.

"Can't be more disappointed, because this is major and one of my favorite awards", Woods said after being cut off. "I love the atmosphere here, I love the pressure at major. This year, I took the opportunity in one of four tournaments, but couldn't play well in the other three".

After winning the Masters in April, Woods only beat four more, including three major. Two of them, at the PGA Championship and The Open, 15 major owners were cut off. Poor preparation is considered to be the reason why Woods played disappointed at The Open. "Super Tiger" did not hold a club for nearly a month before the tournament in Royal Portrush, Northern Ireland this week.

Woods will continue to rest and prepare for FedEx Cup play-offs. "Super Tiger" is expected to return to the Northern Trust in early August in New Jersey. For the chance to defend the title of the Championship Tour last year, Woods needs to secure a place in the top 30 FedEx Cup scorecards.

Woods, though, insists that he will not exert much effort in the final months of the year. The goal of extending the career of "Super Tiger" is the top priority.

"I will continue to do what I have done", Woods said. "I have been much stronger over the years and compete again at a high level, with a great title this year. At 43, you can't be as stable as you were when you were 23. Everything's different!" I will have booming weeks, and when I have the opportunity, I believe I can win".