So he is the only multi time winner on the PGA Tour this year, having won three times.
I do not care what the rankings say. With his win this weekend, his third of the year, Tiger Woods is once again the top golfer in the world. No one else has even won twice.
He has proven that he can win again. Yet Tiger Woods is far from proving that he can win on golf’s greatest stage. At a major championship.
They told us after he was tied for the lead through 36 holes at the U.S. Open that “Tiger Woods is back!.”
For Tiger Woods to contend at the U.S. Open, he must continue to play as we discussed on last week’s show-using irons and three woods off the tee.
The U.S. Open will be played this week at The Olympic Club outside of San Francisco.
Tiger Woods was phenomenal Sunday at The Memorial in winning his 73 rd career PGA Tour event.
According to figures from PGA Performance Trak of the PGA of America, Golf rounds in Michigan were up more than 70% in the month of April of this year compared to April of 2011.
Phil Mickelson was playing poorly. Okay fine, he was awful at The Memorial tournament hosted by Jack Nicklaus. Then he decides to withdraw.
July 12 through the 15th the historic Old Course at Indianwood in Lake Orion will host the United States Senior Open-a major on the Champions Tour.