Tiger Woods is tired of cameramen not giving him some breathing space and in this viral clip, he had to signal to a cameraman to “give me some breathing space, please” as he walked down the fairway.
According to Side Action;
The Golfing living legend teed off this morning at the PGA Championship and he struck his opening shot right down the middle of the fairway.
He then hit a wedge to a few feet on his approach and rolled in a birdie in the center of the cup to quickly get to red figures at Southern Hills, where he won the 2007 PGA Championship.
But after his opening drive there was a viral moment with a cameraman where he asked him three times to give him some space as he walked down the fairway.
Yes, the golf legend needs some BREATHING SPACE!
Here is how Tiger is feeling after the first round.
Tiger Woods was back on the golf course Thursday for the first round of the 2022 PGA Championship and will continue to play on Friday despite dealing with some pain.
The 46-year-old athlete was focused as ever on the course of the Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, Oklahoma, for the tournament’s opening round — though finished with a 4-over 74 after the first 18 holes, a score that landed him in the middle of the pack.
That’s well behind Rory McIlroy, who grabbed the first-round lead with a 5-under 65.
This is Woods’ second professional golf event since his 2021 Los Angeles car crash, which left him with serious leg injuries. In April, he successfully completed all four rounds of the 2022 Masters Tournament.
He doesn’t appear to be playing without pain, though. At the 104th PGA Championship, Woods was seen walking with a limp, ESPN reported.
“It has felt better before,” Woods said, according to the outlet. “It’s a little sore right now, and we’ll go back and start the process of getting ready for [Friday].”
In his crash, Woods suffered fractures to the upper and lower portions of his tibia and fibula bones in his right leg. Multiple surgeries later, his leg and foot has since been stabilized with a rod and multiple pins, screws, and plates — though his ankle will never turn as it did before.
“Loading hurts, pressing off it hurts, and walking hurts,”.
Flip to the next page to watch the viral clip and check Twitter reactions…