Tiger Woods may look a little rusty around the greens and iffy with the driver, but he can still do things that few others can on a golf course.
On the 7th hole at the Masters, Tiger’s drive bounced into the left rough and came to rest directly behind a tree.
He didn’t seem to have much of a window to the hole from 150 metres out.
He really was right behind this tree.
Tiger decided to hit a high fade, curving it around the tree and getting it onto the elevated green. He had to hit it as hard as he possibly could.
It landed 7 metres from the hole:
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