Title: Tiger Woods didn’t get the score he wanted, but gave golf the round it needed

Description: The worst words you can say to any golfer are, “Tell me about your round.” ’Cause you’ll get told. But just this once, indulge me. Let me tell you about my round yesterday. I haven’t played in a few months. Golf sure is easy to forget. I drove into the rough five times and hit irons into the weeds and the sand. I yanked one wedge shot far left, then missed the next one far right. I completely missed the hole on a four-foot putt. I tried to putt from off the green but left it 20 feet short. Then I tried it again and left it 15 feet short. I hope nobody was watching. I chunked a chip; I could’ve kicked it better. I missed three makeable putts “on the amateur side” — the low side where, unless gravity is repealed, you have no chance. I left a 10-foot putt short. If I keep playing like this, I may quit golf. So thanks for listening. Now, let’s talk about Tiger Woods.

Link: http://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/othersports/tiger-woods-didnt-get-the-score-he-wanted-but-gave-golf-the-round-it-needed/2014/06/26/51cffd56-fd39-11e3-932c-0a55b81f48ce_story.html