Lesson on Golf
First of all it, is not often when Tiger Woods finishes in a four way tie for 37th that Woods is not the top story.
The famed Ocean Course at Kiawah Island in South Carolina is the home to this year’s PGA Championship. It also is the most difficult golf course in the country.
Phil Mickelson is wearing two gloves and a watch as he hacked his way around an ugly first round at The Open Championship at Royal Lytham & St. Anne’s.
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.
The U.S. Open will be played this week at The Olympic Club outside of San Francisco.
Thank goodness Kevin Na did not win at The Players Championship this past weekend.
Tiger Woods missed the cut at The Wells Fargo Championship this past week on the heels of his worst performance as a professional at The Masters.
I admit it. I feel a little like Bob Dole giving a concession speech.
Will the majority of the media who keep licking Tiger’s boots please wake up? Tiger Woods is finished and has been for some time.