With 14-time major winner, former world No.1 and all-round golf sensation Tiger Woods getting ever closer to his best form, visitors to the Scottish Golf Show can have a go at trying to emulate one of Tiger’s most famous shots.
Cast your mind back to the 2005 Masters Tournament at Augusta National. Remember Tiger chipping in sensationally from the back of the 16th green? If you don’t, refresh your memory by watching the footage of it above.
This shot was voted the ‘Greatest Golf Shot of All Time’ by bunkered magazine in 2009 – and if you come along to the 2013 Scottish Golf Show, you will have the opportunity to recreate the drama and excitement of that shot courtesy of the Tiger Challenge.
Back once again by popular demand, the Tiger Challenge – managed by leading tour operator Golfbreaks.com – will put you directly in Woods’ shoes from that incredible day at Augusta National all those years ago. Feel the tension as you stand over the shot, trying to read the breaks in the green and then, hopefully, roar with delight as you hole the shot.
Do you have what it takes to follow in the footsteps of one of the game’s greatest ever players?
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