Tiger Woods says Bethpage Black can be ‘mentally and physically taxing’

Tuesday marked Day 2 of practice rounds at the PGA Championship at Bethpage Black.
The world's greatest golfers are back in Farmingdale, getting ready to tee off for Round 1 on Thursday.
Tiger Woods, who spoke with the media Tuesday morning, said the course could be "mentally and physically taxing" over the four days of play.
"Some days I have more range of motion, some days I don't," says Woods. "Some days I ache more and some days I don't. There are more days I feel older than my age than younger than my age. That's going to be the interesting part going forward."
Woods is a month removed from The Masters. A win at the PGA Championship would give him his second straight major win and his 16th overall.
Here's his full comments:
 
News 12’s Geoff Bansen and Andrew Rappaport look ahead at what to expect on the course and in the forecast for the PGA Championship.