Woods Makes 10 at Par-3 12th Hole at Masters
Defending Masters champion Tiger Woods made a 10 on the par-3 12th hole at Augusta National on Sunday afternoon.
It is the highest score of his PGA Tour career on any hole. His previous high was a nine, and that was back in 1997.
Last year, it was everyone else who put the ball in the water at 12, while Woods played it safe to the middle of the green and parred the hole.
How things change.
How it Happened
Off the tee, Woods put two shots in the water.
On his third attempt he put in the back bunker and had an awkward stance. He skulled his next shot into the water – again.
Woods would then chip up and two putt for a ten.
He is currently three-over par for the tournament after birding 13.