Tiger Woods is 0-for-2 in majors this year and doesn't seem to intimidate fellow golfers anymore.
But he still seems to intimidate television interviewers.
Woods now is 2-for-2 in awkward post-majors interviews that ended up making both him and the interviewer look less than good.
First it was CBS' Peter Kostis after the Masters, then NBC's Mark Rolfing after the U.S. Open.
For some reason Rolfing asked Tiger about the positives he could take out of a round in which he shot 75 and blew a chance to steal an Open that no one seemed to want.
Whoever is assigned to Woods for ESPN after the British Open should start practicing in front of a mirror now.