Tiger Woods shot 80 at U.S. Open, 3 strokes behind a 15-year-old

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Tiger Woods had a rough day during the first round of the U.S. Open on Thursday. | Getty Images

Tiger Woods used to play golf at a level that most PGA players dreamed of reaching. Now, he hits shots familiar to every weekend duffer.

Finishing out a horrible first round of the U.S. Open at Chambers Bay, Woods topped a fairway wood on the 18th that left the announcers speechless.


How bad was Tiger’s round of 80? The 14-time major winner finished four places out of last place in the 156-player field and is three strokes behind 15-year-old Cole Hammer.

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