Tiger Woods teeing off at Augusta National while the sun sets is the epitome of iconic.
What a beautiful moment captured at Augusta National involving Tigers Woods and a fall sunset.
As the sun was going down on Friday evening of the 2020 Masters Tournament, Tiger Woods teed off from the No. 10 hole to give us one heck of a moment. Because the Masters is being held in mid-November instead of in mid-April as it usually is, we were graced with something we will never see again. A legend of the sport teeing off as the sun goes down at the PGA Tour’s Mecca.
Tiger Woods may not win another Green Jacket, but this moment was amazing
Woods is four under on the tournament through two rounds. After shooting four under par on Thursday without a single bogey, he shot an even par on Friday to enter the third round on Saturday tied for 22nd place with four other golfers, including Rickie Fowler and Marc Leishman. Woods is five strokes back of the five co-leaders at nine under par. Will Woods catch them?
Though Woods has 36 holes to theoretically catch up, we cannot expect him to win his sixth Green Jacket this time around. Without the roar of the crowd present at Augusta National cheering forever in his favor, Woods will not have the “home-field advantage” he does like he normally does at the Masters. Regardless, Woods teeing off from No. 10 as the sun sets transcends time.
Woods may not win the tournament in 2020, but that does not mean we are not rooting for him.