The heavens have opened and the golf gods are signing praises from on high, for Tiger Woods has opened his round at the 2015 Greenbrier Classic…with a par.
We're not being facetious. Well, maybe a bit. Nevertheless, this feat has been a rarity for Woods. The last time the former World No. 1 posted par on his opening hole in a tournament was June 26, 2014 at the Quicken Loans National at Congressional.
To give this "achievement" context, the last time Woods' was even after his first hole…
LeBron James was a member of the Miami Heat.
The Ice Bucket Challenge was all over your Facebook feed.
Mo'ne Davis was a month away from making fools out of her Little League adversaries.
George Clooney was still a bachelor.
Chris Pratt was "Andy Dwyer from Parks and Recreation" and not "Chris Pratt, movie star."
Dumb Starbucks was a thing.
The best Wheel of Fortune guess in the history of the game was just a glint in our eyes.
The world viewed Jay-Z and Beyonce as a happy couple.
We had only been blessed with one Sharknado film.
Taco Bell was still a late-night mistake instead of a beginning-of-your-day mistake.
James Franco and Seth Rogan had yet to instigate international catastrophe.
Sure, celebrating a 14-time major making a 4 on a 387-yard hole might be the biggest illustration of his fall from grace, but still…progress!