Tiger: 'No way physically' I could have played at U.S. Open (0:58)

Tiger Woods talked about why he didn't play in the U.S. Open last month. There is a time and a place.

Tiger Woods finished tied for 39th at the JP McManus Pro-Am in Ireland, which was a tuneup for next week's Open Championship.

The bad news for Woods was that Tuesday's round was worse than Monday's. The highlights were back-to-back eagles at the par-5 15th and par-5 16th, before a slipup at the 18th, where he carded the last of his four bogeys.

The crowd didn't seem to care. Some fans chanted "Tiger, Tiger!" as he walked off the final green after getting a big applause.

Spectators reacting to @TigerWoods on the 18th! #JPMcManusProAm

— JP McManus Pro-Am (@JPProAm) July 5, 2022

The 150th Open Championship will be held at St. Andrew's in July. His third official event will be his first since he suffered serious leg injuries in a car wreck. He withdrew from the third round of the PGA Championship after finishing 47th at the Masters. He didn't play in the U.S. Open last month due to some issues with his leg.

There will be one name to watch at St. On the heels of his victory at the Travelers last week, Schauffele went 64-70 for a 10-under total and a 1-shot win over fellow American Sam Burns at the JP McManus. He followed his opening-round 64 with a three-birdie, one-bogey Round 2.

Many big name players are in the field for the Scottish Open.

Other notable finishes in the 49-player field included: Rickie Fowler (5-under total, tied for sixth), Justin Thomas (4-under total, tied for 13th),Dustin Johnson (3-under total, tied for 13th), and Bryson DeChambeau (1-under total, tied

There was only one woman in the field and she finished tied for 33rd.