Tiger Woods’ British Open Career

1 of 18 Peter Kemp / AP
Tiger Woods made his British Open debut in 1995 as an amateur at St. Andrews. He finished tied for 68th.
2 of 18 Peter Kemp / AP
In 1996, Woods finished tied for 22nd at Royal Lytham & St. Annes.
3 of 18 Peter Kemp / AP
Woods's three-under total in '96 was good for low amateur.
4 of 18 Peter Kemp / AP
Tiger finished tied for 24th at Royal Troon in 1997.
5 of 18 Robert Beck / SI
Woods finished third in 1998 at Royal Birkdale. His friend Mark O'Meara won it in a playoff over Brian Watts.
6 of 18 Robert Beck / SI
Woods won his first British Open in 2000 at St. Andrews.
7 of 18 Robert Beck / SI
He finished with a remarkable 19-under-par total to win the claret jug.
8 of 18 Robert Beck / SI
Woods failed to defend his title in 2001 at Royal Lytham & St. Annes.
9 of 18 Robert Beck / SI
He tied for 25th in '01.
10 of 18 Robert Beck / SI
Tiger finished tied for fourth in 2003 at Royal St. Georges.
11 of 18 Al Tielemans / SI
In 2004, Woods shot three under for ninth place at Royal Troon.
12 of 18 John Biever / SI
Tiger won his second British Open in 2005 at St. Andrews.
13 of 18 John Biever / SI
Woods finished 14 under.
14 of 18 John Biever / SI
An emotional Woods broke down after winning the 2006 British Open at Royal Liverpool. It was the first victory for Woods after the death of his father, Earl, that May.
15 of 18 John Biever / SI
He was 18 under.
16 of 18 Robert Beck / SI
After his back-to-back wins, Woods tied for 12th in 2007 at Carnoustie.
17 of 18 Robert Beck / SI
Woods missed the cut in 2009 at Turnberry.
18 of 18 Fred Vuich / SI
His last showing at the British Open was in 2010 at St. Andrews, where he finished tied for 23rd. He missed the 2011 Open with an injury.