Hunter Mahan hits his tee shot on the first hole in the second round of the Houston Open golf tournament on Friday, April 3, 2015, in Humble, Texas.
AP Photo/George Bridges
By Staff
Friday, June 12, 2015

If it seems like Tiger Woods is having less fun on the golf course, well, Hunter Mahan agrees. He confessed those feelings to Reuters Thursday over the phone.

“From a fan’s perspective, I just don’t see him enjoying the game as much as he used to,” Mahan said. “I don’t know why. Technically, it’s definitely not there for him after six, seven or eight months of (Chris) Como.”

The six-time Tour winner said he hasn’t watched much of Woods this year but has tuned in “a little bit” because he’s confused at how a “player of his caliber is struggling so much.”

This comes less than a week after Woods compiled a four-round total of 302, the highest of his career, at the Memorial Tournament in Dublin, Ohio. His next event will be the U.S. Open next weekend at Chambers Bay in University Place, Washington.

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