Tiger Woods Grouped With Stricker For Thursday’s Greenbrier Classics

To say that Tiger Woods had run the recent U.S. Open would be an understatement, Woods had a very horrible tournament run and he will be looking to putting that past behind him as he enters the Greenbrier Classics that is to be staged in West Virginia. 

For the event that is set to kick off on Thursday, Woods has been paired with Steve Stricker and he will be teeing off his campaign at 8:10 a.m. that is Eastern Time. Also teeing up at that particular time is David Lingmerth, the winner of Memorial Tournament as well as Steve Stricker. The three, that is Tiger Woods, Stricker and Lingmerth will be going off on Friday at 1:10 p.m.

There are a few things that you should actually know when it comes to Tiger Woods and Stricker as well as Tiger Woods and the Greenbrier Classic. One, this is actually not the first time that the Tiger Woods is being paired off with Stricker. Secondly, Tiger Woods has not been a regular feature at the Greenbrier Classics, in fact this is the second time that the former world number one is appearing at the tournament.

Tiger Woods will be looking at bouncing back from what is without a doubt one of his worst career round. Tiger shot 85 in the third round and as a result, he ended up finishing in the last place.


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