Perfect 10?

Tiger Woods was 10-under par after he birdied the first two holes, but the standard bearer’s sign just showed a 1. His playing partner, Henrick Stenson, showed an 8. The standard bearer was looking for a zero in his pockets for several holes. He had plenty of nines but couldn’t find a 10. It was the talk of the gallery. People were constantly guessing if he was 1-under or 10-under. The standard bearer fielded many questions on the miscue, and at one point on the fifth hole, he said loudly: “Ten, ten, ten!” Woods stayed at 10 under for five holes, until boged the seventh. Of course, he birdied the eighth, moving to 10-under again, much to the costernation, no doubt, of the standard bearer.

Facebook Twitter Plusone Digg Reddit Stumbleupon Tumblr Email
This entry was posted in Uncategorized by Jill Painter. Bookmark the permalink.

About Jill Painter

Jill Painter is a sports columnist for the Los Angeles News Group, covering everything from the Dodgers, Lakers, Clippers, USC, UCLA, Kings, golf and all human interest stories in sports.