Its Canadian Open week – Let’s review one of the greatest shots EVER!
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Tiger Woods’ shot on the 18th hole during the final round of the 2000 Canadian Open was one of the top 5 shots I have ever seen in my life. The main reason being that I have played that hole several times and know what kind of shot is needed to carry the water. When the announcer said Tiger was taking a 6 iron, I said to my wife, “This is going to be wet!” Wow, was I wrong! I literally jumped out of my chair with excitement! Thanks to the PGA Tour for this video reminding us of the genius that was Tiger Woods.
En route to victory in the final round of the 2000 Bell Canadian Open, Tiger Woods hit what many consider his greatest shot ever on the PGA TOUR, at the par-5, 18th hole.
Source: PGA TOUR
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