Tiger at the Open\nLooking back at 15 years of Tiger in the game's oldest major\nIn 1997, Woods competed in the Open for the first time as a pro and finished T-24. He shot 64 in the third round.\nWoods holes his birdie putt on No. 18 to finish T-3.\nWoods plays out of the rough and goes on to finish T-7.\nTiger coaxes his putt into the hole for a birdie on the 4th green during the final round.\nWoods posted an eight-stroke victory at the 2000 Open.\nWoods became the youngest winner of the career Grand Slam.\nWoods told Duval to walk off the Old Course's 18th green like a champion.\nWoods hits out of a pot bunker in the final round and goes on to finish T-25.\nWoods posted his highest Open score at Muirfield: an 81 in the third round. He finished T-28.\nA 1-over-par 285 earned Woods a T-4 finish.\nTiger and the gallery follow his shot on the first day of play. He would go on to finish T-9.\nWoods shot a 66 in the first round.\nWoods takes home his second Claret Jug.\nOn Sunday Woods led the field by five strokes.\nWhether off the tee or from the fairway, Woods was flawless with his iron play.\nWoods sinks his winning putt on No. 18.\nWilliams was there for Woods when the thrill of victory turned into tears for his late father.\nWoods drops his club and goes on to post a T-12.\nWoods rode off with wife Elin having reaffirmed his status as golf's top man.\nWoods searches with fans for his golf ball on the the tenth hole during round two. Woods went on to miss the cut.\nWoods hits a tee shot during the second round. He finished T-23.\nWoods studies the green during the second round. At the 142nd Open he placed T-6 along with Zach Johnson and Hideki Matsuyama.\nWoods wrestles with the rough on No. 15 during the first round. He went on to finish T-3.