In April, Tiger Woods returned to the top of the golfing world by winning the Masters to take home the 15th major title of his career.
After a lengthy season, Woods failed to make an impact in the FedEx Cup Standings before the offseason.
In a rare moment of downtime for Tiger, the former Stanford golfer was in attendance at today’s game against UCF.
The Knights hosted the Cardinal in a highly-anticipated game on Saturday afternoon. Unfortunately for Tiger and the Cardinal faithful, the Knights decided today was a good time to dominate the competition.
Freshman quarterback Dillon Gabriel and company raced out to a 38-7 lead at halftime.
When the game returned from the halftime break, cameras showed Tiger taking in the action.
Tiger is thrilled at watching his team today. pic.twitter.com/JXhGXfjE3G
— Bryan Fischer (@BryanDFischer) September 14, 2019
It’s safe to say he’s having less fun than when he won the Masters earlier this year.
Woods spent two years at Stanford – and was a two-time conference player of the year – before he turned pro. Before the game, he caught up with head coach David Shaw.
Perhaps after the game he’ll have a few extra words for the head coach.
UCF currently holds a 38-10 lead midway through the third quarter. Can the Cardinal respond late in the game?