Tiger Woods unveiled his re-visitation of golf on Saturday night, however it was anything but a successful one.

He and world No. 1 Rory Mllroy were sufficiently beaten, 3 furthermore, 2,  by Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth in the seventh version of The Match.

Playing a planned 12-opening, four-ball (best-bal) match at Pelican Golf Club in Belleai, Fla.,

Thomas (positioned No. 8) and Spieth (No. 14) won the second, third, and fourth en route to seven birdies

and securing the triumph on No. 10. The made-for-television occasion was played under the lights at Pelican, 

with every one of the four players utilizing trucks and doling out a reiteration of junk talk all through.

"It was magnificent," Spieth said. "What a cool experience.... The delight of getting this doesn't coordinate

the delight of remaining here with Tiger simply being so disturbed." The remark drew snickers from each of the four,

including Woods, who was playing his most memorable serious round since missing the cut at St. Andrews in the Open Title in July.

Woods, who turns 47 on Dec. 30, was because of play in the Legend World Test occasion he has last week,

yet pulled out due to plantar fascitis in trusts he would have the option to play Saturday.

The Match raised $2.6 million to help alleviation foundation for Typhoon lan, which struck Florida recently.