Tiger Woods hits longest putt on PGA Tour in last three seasons
This Tiger bomb is must-see, especially considering he hasn't done something like this since 2001.
Of all the things I thought Tiger Woods was going to do in his second round at the Cadillac Championship, this was not one of them.
Woods made a 91-foot putt on the par-3 No. 4 hole for birdie which is the longest putt on the PGA Tour in the last three seasons and the longest for Tiger since he hit that insane 120-footer at the 2001 Tour Championship.The longest on tour this season was a 74-footer by Greg Chalmers. There were only three putts made of over 70 feet so far this season until Woods' bomb.
Maybe this will finally be the catalyst he needs for the season.
Brandon Hagy and Hudson Swafford are among the leaders at Glen Abbey
Noted health enthusiast Gary Player was not pleased about the diets at Royal Birkdale
How has the year's fourth major course changed since 2016?
The No. 7 golfer in the world is learning what it takes to be a world-class pro
Find out when and how to watch the 2017 RBC Canadian Open live this week
SportsLine simulated the Canadian Open 10,000 times after calling Matt Kuchar's British Open...