Tiger Woods has kept a low form given his DUI detain on May 29, though he’s still gripping his eye on a golf world.
Woods was in hit with World No. 4 Jason Day during a U.S. Open final week. Day, a associate Nike contestant and crony of Woods, shot a seven-over 79 in a initial round.
“He texted me after we shot 79 and said, ‘Hey, before we work on something call me since we saw something,'” Jason Day told Golf Channel’s Rex Hoggard Wednesday during a Travelers. “I was like, ‘Yeah, we saw 79 shots.’ we didn’t call him since we was so angry.”
Day shot 75 in a second turn and missed a cut.
Woods tweeted on Monday that he is “currently receiving veteran help” to conduct his drugs for behind pain and a nap disorder.
“When we see guys go by things like this we wish to make certain they are in a right spot,” Day pronounced of Woods. “And I’m anticipating for a rapid recovery.”