Tiger Woods’ first round at the 2018 U.S. Open did not get off to the best start. The 42-year-old golfer had a triple-bogey on hole No. 1. Woods then bogeyed the second hole to start off 4-over par.
He recovered, shooting 1-under on the rest of the front 9. He then parred the No. 10 hole and his round seemed to be taking decent shape.
Disaster has since struck.
Woods bogeyed No. 11, parred No. 12 and then double-bogeyed on No. 13.
Hole No. 13 was brutal. Woods’ approach shot landed on the fringe and he had a long putt for birdie. He then had to putt three more times.
A four-putt double-bogey. Not great.
Here’s video of the disaster:
Tiger Woods. Four putt. Sounds odd. pic.twitter.com/QKweFySXTB
— Ben Murphy (@BenMurphyTV) June 14, 2018
Woods is now 6-over for his round. He’s got five holes left to end the round with some type of momentum.
The first round of the U.S. Open is being televised on FOX.