Post Round with Tiger Woods, 2020 Genesis Invitational, 3rd Round
Henni Zuel interview Tiger Woods after the 3rd round of the 2020 Genesis Invitational.
Released on 2/16/2020
Talk to me. I don't know.
I'm done with my day.
I kept it under 80, which was nice.
Yep, broke 80. That--.
Goal achieved. That's about it.
That was about it. Yeah.
I think that,
this week, I haven't done the things I need to do
on the golf course to be near that league with those guys.
I've made too many dumb mistakes, but overall,
I think the turnout's been incredible.
The people that come out in support of this event now
with our elevation into invitational status.
The amount of awareness some of the, a lot
of the guys were coming up to me and said, Thank you for,
you know, having us but also thank you for, over the years,
of getting us started
into our own foundations and charities.
I think we've accomplished a lot this week,
and other than my play, it's been an incredible week.
Tomorrow, what will you be looking to try and get out
of that round?
Just like what Joey and I were saying.
If we just, like, get back
to even par, under par. Yeah.
That's always the goal when, you know,
I've gotten over par.
Is how can we get back to under par, and then if I'm so far,
like, in major championships where I've been,
so far, over par,
that's not realistic.
We'll shoot under par day, we'll shoot around a 60.
So having little mini goals.
I'm gonna try and do that tomorrow and, hopefully,
I can put it back together. What are you gonna try
and get out of your time at home?
More than anything, it's just get back in the gym
and start strengthening.
And I think that, spend a little more time with my putting.
That's not very good right now, so I'm gonna have
to do a little work.
And go back to basics and just hit, you know,
thousands of putts. Yeah, for sure.
And, lastly, schedule wise, how tough is that for you
to really figure out what you're doing?
And with the pressure as well of everyone trying
to figure out what you're doing.
That's the thing since coming back.
It's always going to be the persistent theme is
that how much do I push and not push?
Do I, how much do I play, you know?
I think last year was a great number, which was, what, 12?
But that's 12 more than I ever thought I would play again,
and so I gotta keep it in perspective.
And if I can somehow keep it
around a manageable number, play well in the big events,
and try and peak at the right time, you know.
I did that for, you know, one week last year.
I peaked at the right time and stole a Masters and,
you know, hopefully this year will be the same.
Hopefully, you can put some things together
and then leave here feeling a little happier.
Yeah, absolutely. Yeah, all right.
Thank you. Thanks.