WATCH: Top Tiger Woods PGA Tour footage from the 2010s decade

by | Oct 3, 2021 | PGA

Over the years, Tiger Woods was considered the greatest golfer of all time. Starting in the 1990s, Woods has maintained his excellence despite many difficulties. Of course, there are some high points in a career spanning over two decades.


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While Woods’ peak was in the 2000s, he has continued to impress over the last few years of his career. The 45-year-old has recorded multiple PGA Tour wins and has won all of the love and support from fans. Unfortunately, the PGA Tour star has been sidelined since February after his tragic car accident with a person.


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While we might not see his brilliant shots on the golf course for a while, we can still check out some of Tiger Woods’ best shots since 2010.

Have been watching Tiger Woods recordings since 2010

The video shared by the PGA Tour includes various footage of the 15-time major winner. The recordings included are of all kinds and do a good job of capturing Woods’ essence over the years. While Woods’ return to the course is uncertain, his legacy and talent continue to inspire people.

The 2012 memorial tournament

In 2012, Woods came back on day three with four strokes to win the event. He shot five under 67 on Sunday, beating Rory Sabbatini and Andres Romero. It was Woods’ second win that year and his fifth at the Memorial Tournament.

June 07, 2009: Tiger Woods on the 11th tee during the final round of the Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio. Woods would continue to win the Memorial Tournament and -12, a stroke better than Jim Furyk (Photo by Andy Altenburger / Icon SMI / Corbis / Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

A highlight was when he pocketed the 16th. The 15-time major winner had little green, but the flop hit made it into the hole perfectly.

The 2012 Honda classic

Tiger Woods was under eight on Sunday and led all golfers in the event. The 45-year-old was an icon, scoring four birdies and two eagles during the tournament. While it was Rory McIlroy who won, Woods had an incredible last day.

2013 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational

In 2013, Woods made history by winning the tournament at Firestone Country Club. His putt was a bang for the buck, with the golf icon finishing Round 2 with a record 61. This was Woods’ eighth title for the event, won by dominating the course completely.


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2019 WGC Mexico Championship

As seen in the video above, the 2019 event featured another iconic shot of Woods. He shoots out of the bunker and lands pretty close to the hole.

ORLANDO, FL – DECEMBER 20: Charlie Woods and his father Tiger Woods walk the 14th green together during the finals of the PGA TOUR Champions PNC Championship at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club on December 20, 2020 in Orlando, Florida. (Photo by Ben Jared / PGA TOUR via Getty Images)

While he apparently missed the putt later, Woods’ shot proves he’s a talent that doesn’t come often.


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