PGA Championship 2011: Tiger Woods Says He Showed 'Signs' Of Hitting Well Despite Missing Cut

Noted golf enthusiast Tiger Woods' 2011 PGA Championship probably could not have gone worse. Woods missed the cut after shooting 10-over par in the first two days of the tournament. It is the first time Woods missed the cut in 14 career PGA Championship starts.

For the most part, Woods was disappointed in his performance. However, he did also have some degree of optimism, even in a horrendous finish. Via Reuters.

"I showed signs that I can hit the ball exactly how I know I can. And unfortunately I just didn't do it enough times," he said.

"The changes I'm making, I'm hitting the ball further, and that's something I have to adjust for. I have way more compression now than I ever had, so the ball is now coming off cleaner, faster, and I've got to get used to that," he added.

Woods certainly is trying to pump himself up after a disastrous performance, but it is still odd to see him find something positive in his weekend.

Head over to the SB Nation golf hub for more updates on the PGA Championship as news happens.

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