It can be argued that much of Tiger Woods’ career has been one long highlight reel for making clutch putts. We can debate which of those we believe was the best, but in his mind one stands above all others as the best putt under his pressure in his entire career.
“Probably the putt at Valhalla,” he said Friday after a second-round 62 at the Northwestern Mutual World Challenge. The putt in question was a downhill, 7-foot slider on the final hole of regulation in the 2000 PGA Championship
. Already knowing Bob May had rolled in his birdie, Woods needed to make his putt in order to keep his chances alive.