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Obnoxious golf fan shouts causing Tiger Woods to miss putt

Tiger Woods’ competitive comeback was marred somewhat by a familiar cry on the golf course on Sunday, when a fan obnoxiously yelled just as he was taking a putt. 

The overzealous supporter broke the mid-swing silence during the final day of the Farmer’s Insurance Open at Torrey Pines on Sunday.

As Tiger putted for birdie on 13 – the man screeched out ‘get in the hole!’

 

Golfing legend Tiger Woods missed a putt Sunday after a fan obnoxiously yelled just as he was making the shot

An overzealous fan broke the mid-swing silence at during the final day of the Farmer's Insurance Open at Torrey Pines on Sunday. As Tiger putted for birdie on 13 - the man screeched out 'get in the hole!' causing him to miss 

An overzealous fan broke the mid-swing silence at during the final day of the Farmer’s Insurance Open at Torrey Pines on Sunday. As Tiger putted for birdie on 13 – the man screeched out ‘get in the hole!’ causing him to miss 

The outburst caused the 42-year-old to miss his shot, distracting him in that critical last second. 

Many Woods fans know that the exclamation is common during his game – but usually comes after a putt is hole-bound. 

A decent sized crowd was standing in expectant silence when the words rang through the air – and immediately reacted in a chorus of frustrated outrage. 

One fan can be heard yelling ‘C’mon, man!’ while another yells ‘Get him out of here.’

The announcers commented on it – calling it ‘not cool’. 

And after he watched his putt go wide of the hole, Tiger himself looked back in annoyance

And after he watched his putt go wide of the hole, Tiger himself looked back in annoyance

Woods eventually tapped in for par and came in at 4-under par, which was well behind the leaders. This was his first weekend back on the PGA Tour in 29 months

Woods eventually tapped in for par and came in at 4-under par, which was well behind the leaders. This was his first weekend back on the PGA Tour in 29 months

And after he watched his putt go wide of the hole, Tiger himself looked back in annoyance. 

‘We hope that bozo gets a lifetime ban from attending PGA Tour events,’ a Golf Digest author wrote. 

It’s not clear who made the comment, or whether the individual was reprimanded. 

Woods eventually tapped in for par and came in at 4-under par, which was well behind the leaders. 

This was his first weekend back on the PGA Tour in 29 months. 

On a course he has won on eight times before, he shot 72 in difficult conditions ot finish three under par.

Asked to assess a week that featured par or better scores of 72, 71, 70 and 72, Woods said: ‘Very pleased, especially after not playing for a couple of years and coming out and having a solid four days.’ 

 



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