From 2003 until 2016, Quail Hollow hosted a PGA Tour event every year. Tiger Woods played in six of those.
Thursday, Woods returns to the famous Charlotte, North Carolina course for the 15th Wells Fargo Championship.
So, how has Woods performed in his previous trips to Quail Hollow?
Here’s a quick overlook of the six tournaments:
|2012||Wells Fargo Championship||CUT|
|2010||Quail Hollow Championship||CUT|
|2009||Quail Hollow Championship||4|
Tiger's lone win at Quail Hollow came in 2007. You know what else happened at Quail Hollow in 2007? Woods was paired with Michael Jordan for the pro-am that week:
That year, Woods' final three rounds in the tournament were all sub-70.
In the first four tournaments Woods played at Quail Hollow, he shot under 71 in 10 of his 16 rounds (never shooting worse than 75), made every cut, and had an average place of 4.75:
|YEAR||TOURNAMENT||FINISH||1st ROUND||2nd ROUND||3rd ROUND||4th ROUND|
|2010||Quail Hollow Championship||CUT||74||79||-||-|
|2009||Quail Hollow Championship||4||65||72||70||72|
In the past two, both since 2009, Woods hasn’t shot under 71 once, and hasn’t made the cut.
So who has done well at Quail Hollow? Here's the full list of winners:
Only one name appears twice on that list, and that's Rory McIlroy. Along with his two victories at the course, it should also be noted that McIlroy has a total of six top-10 finishes in his eight starts at Quail Hollow, and has only finished worse than 22 once. His record there looks like this:
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