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Tiger Woods was making a run at the lead of The Open Championship during the third round and he was caught on camera cursing. It was only a “God damnit,” so not as severe as it could have been, but the announcers didn’t hold back from judging him. Clearly they thought that he should know better not to swear because there are always microphones on him, but in Tiger’s defense, when you’re in the moment and frustrated you don’t concentrate on your surroundings. [The Big Lead]
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YouTube Forget the talk of whether Tiger is “back.” Nobody will ever be back to the days of when Tiger Woods was big pimpin’ and winning Majors left and right like it was his job. Now that the women seem to be gone, Tiger must resort to only being number one on the money list and in the FedEx Cup standings. The Major wins may or may not come back. But, shots like this one...
Tiger Woods is still the best golfer in the world.
The only difference is the gap between him and the rest of the world is a lot smaller. Fans are nostalgic, they want to remember their favorite players at their best and even when they falter, they hope and pray that their “perfect player” comes back.
The reality is that doesn’t happen. Father time is undefeated, doesn’t...
Little setup required for this one except to note that Peter Alliss is a broadcasting legend across the pond. His name and the smooth, dulcet tones of his elegant British accent have become synonymous with The Open Championship, with his first broadcasting work at the British Open for the BBC in 1961 before becoming the [...]The post BBC’s Peter Alliss on Tiger Woods: His ‘hands...
Tiger Woods is currently among the leaders at the British Open this weekend and seems to have a strong following behind him, as well.Seen here is a group of grown men dressed up in tiger outfits in support of the world's No. 1 golfer.We have all heard of the term cougars used for some women. But this may be the first sighting of tigers as men.Via For the Win
Well, we're pretty sure we know which golfer this group of grown men dressed up as tigers are cheering for at the 2013 British Open.
Announcers actually hear Tiger Woods, God damn it ****. [Diehard Sport]
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Tiger Woods took the lead at the 142nd Open championship, but
instead of doing what he used to and stepping on throats, he
stepped on his own shoelaces.
Tiger Woods has four victories in 2013, yet his season is being scrutinized for its three losses - the Masters, the US Open and now the Open Championship.
Woods has always defined his success by major championship victories, aiming for Jack Nicklaus' record of 18 since he was a young boy staring at a poster of Nicklaus in his room.
Yet, after a 3-over 74 that never really saw...
Currently sitting in a tie for second place at two-under par, Tiger Woods is now the overwhelming betting odds favorite to win the 2013 British Open.
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Like Tiger Woods does (most of the time), and Rory McIlroy wishes he could do more.
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One of the most prestigious amateur competitions in golf is featured this week with coverage of the final two rounds of the U.S. Junior Amateur. This year's championship will be staged at the Tom Fazio designed Martis Camp course located just north of Lake Tahoe in Northern California. It is said that this may be the most difficult championship to win because of the age restriction...
In the wake of his latest weekend choke job -- a piss-poor performance in Sunday's final round of the British Open -- I'm done overthinking Tiger Woods.
This is Karma. Bad Karma. This is "The Curse of the Bimbino."
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It looks like Tiger Woods may get a happy ending after all, depending on which tabloid has the facts right.
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