Dec 12,2017

Which is the Most “Fruitful” Course for Tiger Woods
The final of 2017 Hero World Challenge was ended at Albany Course, and Tiger Woods was tied for ninth with -8. This is his best result in this 18-player challenge for 4 years. Yes, he showed us with his action that he is back!

As an excellent golf player, Woods has left his shadow in many courses, but do you know which his most fruitful course is? As the highest-prize player in golf history and even the history of whole professional sports, Woods has enormously won millions of prize in many courses. Now let’s check out Tiger’s most fruitful courses, which are doubtlessly “ATMs” for him.

Pebble Beach Golf Links, Pebble Beach, California

Title of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am(2000) and US Open(2000).

Total Prize: 1,520,000 dollars.

Woods has won only twice in the famous Pebble Beach, and both of which were in 2000 that were long ago. However, that was his first US Open champion so it was remarkable enough.

Medinah Country Club, Medinah, Illinois.

Title of PGA Champion (1999, 2006).

Total Prize: 1,854,000 dollars.

In all Woods’s four PGA titles, two were born in Medinah, so it’s surely a memorable place for Tiger.

The Old Course at St. Andrews, St. Andrews, Fife, Scotland.

Title of British Open.

Total Prize: 2,020,435 dollars.

Just like Medinah, Tiger has conquered St. Andrews twice in this major event of British Open, and they brought him 2 million dollars in total. This is the course where he won most outside America.

Trump National Doral Miami, Doral, Florida.

Title of Fort Champion (2005, 2006) and Cadillac World Champion (2007, 2013).

Total Prize: 3,480,000 dollars.

Nearly 3.5 million dollars was gained by Tiger in Doral. Even though the event is not a major one, the titles of two World Champion are enough to make Woods immortal in this course.