Tiger Woods left ESPN commentators in a state of shock at the size of the sandwich he was tucking into during the first round of the PGA Championship at Southern Hills on Thursday.
Woods, started on the back nine alongside Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth, and got off to a flyer with a birdie at the 10th.
He then parred the next three holes before opening up a large sandwich on the 14th tee box, while having a look inside Spieth's bag.
Tiger Woods eating a sandwich and going through Jordan Spieth’s bag is just some real GOAT stuff. pic.twitter.com/OZRItw06Tk— Andy Nesbitt (@anezbitt) May 19, 2022
"Stop at the sub shop? What are we doing?" said ESPN host Scott Van Pelt during the PGA broadcast.
"That’s not a power bar? It’a full-on breakfast," added an analyst.
"That looks like a Reuben. It’s 9:15!" laughed Van Pelt.
-1 through four holes and a giant sandwich.— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) May 19, 2022
Not a bad morning for Tiger Woods. pic.twitter.com/2DFagHBpcT
The sandwich certainly worked for Woods as he added another birdie at the 14th hole to move to 2-under for the round.
However, the wheels quickly came off for the 15-time major champion thereafter with a string of bogeys around the turn and Woods finds himself well down the field as it stands in the first round.