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Tiger Woods Needs 3 Putts to End Nightmarish Hole No. 6 at 2014 PGA Championship

Kyle NewportFeatured ColumnistAugust 8, 2014

Tiger Woods is in serious danger of missing the cut at the 2014 PGA Championship on Friday, and a double bogey on the sixth hole might have been the straw that broke the camel's back.

Woods had a chance to limit the damage to just a bogey but missed a putt from about three feet away. Finally, he was able to put an end to the nightmare on his third putt.

Hole No. 6 was trouble for Woods from the start.

The double bogey put the four-time PGA Championship winner at six over par for the tournament. According to Golfers Insider, the projected cut line at the time of his disastrous hole was one over par. 


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