Courtesy of GolfWeek.com and Associated Press
Every time Tiger Woods hits a spectator with a ball, he tries to make it up to them by giving them an autographed golf glove.
He was running low on gloves Sunday at the Memorial Tournament.
“No kidding, huh? I kept hitting everybody out there today,” Woods said with a wide grin. “Thank God I get them for free.”
On his first swing on the first hole, Woods pulled his drive left and drilled 37-year-old Jeramy May in the neck. “I’m just glad they were on the other side,” May said, pointing toward his daughter and a friend.
On the second hole, Woods hit 19-year-old Alan Flood in the back of his left leg as he was standing far left of the fairway. Then at the 15th hole, Jimmy Craig of suburban Columbus was in the right rough when Woods’ drive hit him in the thumb and then the side.
Woods apologized and shook his hand.
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