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Tiger Woods: Longest Hole Outs of His Career



Tiger Woods is a 15-time major championship winner. Mr. T also shares the record for most PGA Tour wins. As a result, he is considered one of the best professionals of all time. Woods has hit some beautiful shots throughout his career. With that in mind, let’s take a trip back down memory lane and relive Tiger Woods’s longest hole-outs since he turned professional back in 1996.

Hole-outs, as well as hole-in-ones, may be thought of as a stroke of luck or a fluke. But they are moments that every golfer in the world cherishes the most. Tiger is rather lucky to get to cherish these moments throughout his iconic career. Woods has carded a whopping 20 hole-in-ones in his career till now. The American professional is just one shy of Arnold Palmer’s quota of 21 hole-in-ones.

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Moving forward to the longest hole-outs. The first hole out from the video below is rather more recent. Tiger is seen holing it out from the fairway, 82 yards away from the pin back in 2019. At the 2019 WGC- Dell Match Play. Woods pitches his ball a few feet away from the hole and then spins it back into the hole.

The next one is from 95 yards, at the Memorial Tournament in 2018. Mr. T hits his wedge a couple of feet ahead of the hole and then gets the ball to spin back into the hole. The third hole-out is back in 2000 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Tiger holes out from 97 yards.

He gets a good kick when he pitches the ball a bit right of the hole. The ball kicks a bit left towards the hole and in it goes. Tiger is seen smiling and celebrating his hole-out.



Fast-forwarding to the last one and the longest hole out. The special thing to notice with this one is it was Tiger’s first one as a professional back in 1996. He made a hole-in-one from 202 yards at the Greater Milwaukee Open. Woods pitched his six-iron a few yards short of the hole, then it took a couple of hits to the ground and went into the hole.

Tiger Woods’ 82nd PGA Tour win
Woods claimed his 82nd PGA Tour title in 2019. He won the 2019 ZOZO Championship with an overall score of 19 under par. Woods carded a final round 67, three-under-par to win by three strokes. His final round included five birdies and two bogeys. Let’s wait and see when he wins his 83rd PGA Tour win.

How do you feel about Tiger’s chances of winning the 83rd PGA Tour?