Tiger Woods just finished a remarkable final round at the PGA Championship. He shot 64 and narrowly missed capturing his first major in 10 years.
For the weekend, Woods finished -14, two strokes back of the winner Brooks Koepka. He electrified the crowd all afternoon.
Tiger had a vocal following on the course and a huge number of television viewers at home. The guy is still a massive draw.
After today’s round, Tiger had a message for his supporters.
“I can’t thank them enough for what they were saying out there, and what it meant to me as a player.”
— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) August 12, 2018
It seems like Woods also enjoyed playing at Bellerive. He had high praise for the course and location this afternoon.
Tiger Woods with more St. Louis love after his final round: “I wish we could play in front of crowds like this every single week. This was a true pleasure.” #PGAChamp
— Tom Ackerman (@Ackerman1120) August 12, 2018
This year, Woods finished in the top 10 at two majors for the first time since 2013. He also tied for sixth place at The Open last month.
Woods has played some of his best golf lately, so it will be fun to see how he plays moving forward this year and in the major tournaments in 2019.