Tiger Woods warned for slow play
Tiger Woods has been warned for playing slow with partners Lee Westwood and Martin Kaymer. This incident happened at the second round of the Omega Dubai Desert Classic yesterday.
Tiger Woods has declined to the third spot in the world ranking after some undesirable performances in last few tournaments.
However, in this tournament, he has managed to beat the two men ranked above him by three and four shots respectively. The 35-year-old American has managed to capture the joint sixth place in this tournament.
The American golfer surged up to the leaderboard with a bogey-free six-birdie round at the Emirates Golf Club.
After him, Westwood and Kaymer were warned for the same by the chief referee John Paramour.
However, after the match, the 14-time Major winner, Tiger has said to the media that it has been a very rare and good experience for him to play with players like Lee and Martin.
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