"It was a simple little tap-in putt and I blocked it."
It was his first double bogey since the final round of the U.S. Open, and it highlighted his trouble on the greens. He hit a 15-footer for his first birdie on the 11th, but didn't hit anything longer than 5 feet the rest of the way.
Clearly, he lost to Old White's greens, which were slowed by a downpour Tuesday afternoon.
"I've been playing my last three tournaments [in which] the greens were awfully quick and they have a lot of swing because of how fast they are," Woods said. "I missed every, literally every single putt high today. I never hit one that missed on the low side; everybody's missing high."
With that, he spent the afternoon at the practice area.
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