BETHESDA, Md. – Friday at Congressional featured two surprise developments for Tiger Woods.
His rounds of 74-75 left him four strokes outside the cut in his debut following back surgery on March 31, marking just the 10th time he has missed the cut on the PGA Tour as a professional.
It was also mildly surprising to some observers that the world No. 5 was not drug tested at the Quicken Loans National.
Although the Tour won’t say officially, it is believed the circuit’s random testing policy has a goal of testing every Tour member at least once or twice a year.
Testing officials were onsite at Congressional this week, but Woods was not selected.
Asked if he had expected to be tested this week, Woods smiled, “I just hadn’t been tested all year.”