Tiger Woods Battling Against Plague Of Giant Mosquitoes

The four-time former PGA Championship winner is not only fighting the gremlins in his game, but he is also up against the swarms of massive mosquitoes that haunt the grounds.

Tiger has enough to worry about as it is, he has been struggling to find the fairway with his driver and he has found it impossible to string four solid rounds together.


Aug 10, 2015; Sheboygan, WI, USA; Tiger Woods towels off his face during a practice round for the PGA Championship golf tournament at Whistling Straits-The Straits Course. Mandatory Credit: Michael Madrid-USA TODAY Sports ORG XMIT: USATSI-230990 ORIG FILE ID:  20150810_jel_mm1_246.jpg


It turns out there is one issue that is bugging Tiger already, speaking to the media on Tuesday, Woods talked about the insects on multiple occasions.

“I’ve never seen mosquitos like these up here, I live in Florida and we go out in the evenings and you may get bitten, but up here you get eaten alive.”

All in all it wasn’t the best press conference for Tiger as this terrible joke failed to even get a chuckle from the crowd…



Woods will tee-up on Thursday having slumped further down the world rankings to 278th and as he seeks not only a first Major triumph in over eight years but a first win in more than two seasons.