Tiger Woods To Take Time Off After 'Unsuccessful' Masters
Tiger Woods finished fourth at the Masters Tournament on Sunday (April 12) and is planning to take a break.
The 34-year-old golf pro, who was hoping to rebound after a four month break from the game, called his performance “unsuccessful,” adding, “I didn’t get the job done.”
Tiger, who told TigerWoods.com that he felt uneasy on every shot, also shared that he’ll be stepping away from the game for a bit. “I’m going to take a little time off and kind of re-evaluate things,” he shared.
Tiger has won the Masters Tournament four times and, since 2004, has not finished any worse than sixth place.