News & ToursMarch 2, 2012

Trending: Remembering when Tiger could putt

A lot has been made of Tiger Woods' putting in recent weeks. Once the most reliable part of his game, the past three events--AT&T Pro-Am at Pebble Beach, the Accenture Match Play, and his first day at this week's Honda Classic--has many wondering what has gone so terribly wrong with Tiger's putter? Being that I am not a trainer nor a pro, I don't feel it's my place to offer advice. Instead, I would rather take a look back and remember the good times. As Doug Ferguson recently pointed out, Woods never made every big putt, he just made it look that way. Here's some of his best.

We'll start with this cool home video of his birdie on the 72nd hole at the 2008 U.S. Open to force a playoff.

Tiger Woods Birdies 18 at 2008 U.S. Open

How about the putt on 18 he made two days earlier?

Tiger Woods Eagle putt on 18 at 2008 U.S. Open

Greatest putt ever?

Tiger Woods putt on 17 at 2001 Players Championship

Back-to-back years at Bay Hill.

Tiger Woods Birdies the 72nd Hole at the 2008 Bay Hill Invitational

Tiger Woods Birdies the 72nd Hole at the 2009 Bay Hill Invitational

And of course, his putt to win the 2005 Masters.

-- Derek Evers

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