You have to give Tiger Woods a lot of credit: The guy sure knows how to start a tournament with a bang. After finishing birdie-eagle during the final round of the Honda Classic to fire an eye-popping 62, Woods kept the good vibes going on Thursday at the WGC-Cadillac Championship with another eagle.
And like the one on the 18th hole at PGA National, this one was just as impressive, as he hit his 174-yard approach shot to within a couple inches for a tap-in eagle. The eagle marked an incredible stretch for Woods, who was 10-under over his last 19 holes.
And wait, we have even more eagle tidbits! It also happened to be his third straight eagle on a par-5 and his second eagle in his last three holes (dating back to the Honda). Not bad, Mr. Woods.