U.S. Open: What Tiger Woods said Tuesday at Pebble Beach

Tiger Woods spoke Tuesday ahead of the U.S. Open this week at Pebble Beach.

Woods won at Pebble in 2000 by a record 15 shots in an event considered by many to be the single best golf ever played on the pro circuit.

Woods, 43, seeks his 16th major championship and his 82nd PGA Tour victory. He would tie Sam Snead’s all-time win record with a title Sunday.

“It’s been a while since we played the U.S. Open here and there’s nothing like a U.S. Open setup at Pebble Beach,” he said. “The greens are slanted. Very small targets.”

Woods skipped his practice round Tuesday, saying he wanted to “save energy” and wanted to take a “rest day.”

Here is a feed of his Tuesday press conference.

Tiger Woods Press Conference

Three-time #USOpen champion Tiger Woods answers the media’s questions.

Posted by U.S. Open Championship on Tuesday, June 11, 2019



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