Charlotte, May 2 (ANI): Tiger Woods has refrarefused to blame his tempestuous personal life for his abysmal performance at the Quail Hollow Championship in Charlotte, North Carolina.
The troubled golfer has consistently underperformed on the green ever since his comeback earlier this month.
The seven-over-par 79 was Woods' worst score on American soil as a professional and second only to his 81 in foul weather during the 2003 Open at Muirfield.e has never had a worse nine holes than his 43 on the inward half and the 36-hole total of 153 was the highest of his US Tour career.
The player refuses to be cowed down by these numbers saying that he had the same opportunity as anyone else on the field
"Does it test you? Yes, of course it does, is that any excuse? No, because I'm out there and I have the same opportunity as everybody else here in this field to shoot a good number, and I didn't do that," the Daily Express quoted him as saying.
Open champion Stewart Cink said, "He's obviously got things in his mind other than what's going on between the ropes right now.
You've got to balance what's going on in your life with your golf." (ANI)