June 04, 2012

Tiger rallies to win the Memorial

Tiger Woods was at his best Sunday at the Memorial. He hit nearly every shot just the way he wanted, worked the gallery into a frenzy with one last charge over the final hour and left everyone buzzing - especially Jack Nicklaus - with a shot they will talk about for years.

Better yet was the timing of his 73rd win.

Woods tied Nicklaus for career PGA Tour victories at the tournament that Jack built. And the 14-time major champion suddenly looks equipped to resume his chase of another Nicklaus mark that is more significant - 18 major championships.

The U.S. Open starts in 11 days.

2 Comments:
  • Tiger stayed the "course", kept his cool and concentration throughout. Now...he must do the same at Greenbrier ~ not off to a very good start...but we have 3 more days ahead. As we know ~ in golf, a lot can change on the leaderboard. But certainly happy to Vijay Singh leading the pack at the moment. Nice blog. Have a great day! Always, Elichap
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