Hey I guess it would be distracting, but he could have finished the hole….cmon.
I love it when the new guys win. Seems like the begginning of every year the new players play well on the west coast.
By Alex Myers
Welcome to another edition of The Grind, where we’d like to take this time to issue a public service announcement: If you were listed in our PGA Tour “Sleepers To Watch in 2013″ feature, watch your back. Literally. First, Blake Adams went down with a hip injury and now Spencer Levin’s bum wrist will keep him out the rest of the regular season. Move over, “Madden Cover jinx.” With a World Golf Championship event next up, most of the guys on the list have this week off. But that just means they should be extra careful when doing chores around the house. . . [Read more...]
Awesome Tournament for Tiger at the World Golf Championships, seems like he’s on his game!
Tiger Woods captured the WGC-Cadillac Championship at the Blue Monster course with a closing round of one-under 71 for a two-shot victory over fellow American Steve Stricker. Woods earned his 76th career PGA Tour win and posted his second victory of the year as he steps up his game ahead of the upcoming… [Read more...]
More record setting victories for Tiger Woods! Way to go Tiger!
Tiger Woods is still setting records…..nice to see him get back on track.
* Woods seven wins shy of all-time PGA Tour record
* Wins his seventh Farmers Insurance Open (Adds further quotes, detail)
By Mark Lamport-Stokes
SAN DIEGO, Jan 28 (Reuters) – Tiger Woods withstood a late bogey, double-bogey, par, bogey wobble in strengthening winds to end a week of dominant golf by clinching his 75th PGA Tour title by four shots at the Farmers Insurance Open on Monday. [Read more...]
America’s Stacy Lewis took a step forward in her quest to replace Tseng Yani as women’s world number one as she shot a red-hot six-under-par 66 to seize control of the HSBC Women’s Champions on Friday. The world number four started the day two back from overnight leader Azahara Munoz, but she holed… [Read more...]
It was the wonder shot that propelled him to his first major, but Bubba Watson said he’d try and avoid a repeat at this year’s Masters of the astonishing lob that helped him win at Augusta. “Hopefully I hit the fairway from now on so I don’t need to practice that shot anymore,” he said of the high… [Read more...]
New Zealand’s teenage golfing sensation Lydia Ko will resist pressure to turn professional following an eye-catching performance at the Women’s Australian Open, her coach said. The 15-year-old, already the world’s number one amateur and the youngest tournament winner in US LPGA history, came close… [Read more...]
World number one Rory McIlroy and 14-time major champion Tiger Woods fell in the first round of the World Golf Championships Match Play event in Arizona. Ireland’s Shane Lowry, ranked 68th in the world and the 64th-seed in the 64-man field, on Thursday toppled Northern Ireland’s McIlroy 1-up, while… [Read more...]
Once he obsessed over swing states, now he has the luxury of worrying about the state of his own swing. Barack Obama will flee winter this long President’s Day weekend and plans to polish his golf game on a stag weekend in balmy Florida, reportedly enlisting Butch Harmon, the coach who once schooled… [Read more...]