In an interview for the TGL channel, Tiger Woods talked about "the most nerve-wracking experience he's ever had" The actors of everything were Ernie Els, and the situation happened at the Presidents Cup in 2003.
"The most nerve-wracking experience I've ever had was going to a playoff with Ernie Els in South Africa," Woods says in the clip, as quoted by golfdigest. "I read my par putt from behind the ball and all I could see was nothing but a sea of red.
The whole team together. I miss this putt, I lose it for all of them. And that's an experience I've never felt as an individual."
Tiger Woods: I think something I’m the most proud of is the cut streak
A few months ago, Tiger Woods reflected on his career in an interview with golfweek.usatoday.com.
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“I think the consistency in which I played, that’s something I was very proud of,” said Woods. “I played at a high level for a long period of time. I won my fair share of tournaments, I lost my share of tournaments, but I was proud of the work that I put in to keep myself there and keep trying to get better”.
“But also I think something I’m the most proud of is the cut streak,” Woods added, referencing his streak of 142 consecutive cuts made. “Because you’re gonna have plenty of bad days … bad things just happen, right? But I didn’t mess it up for like over six years, and that is something that I am truly very proud of”.