Found June 15, 2012 on Eye On Sports with Eric Williams:

Jack Nicklaus loves himself
some Tiger Woods.
None other than golf’s beloved legend Jack Nicklaus, called Tiger’s chip-in for birdie on the 16th hole at his own Memorial golf tournament, called it  "the most unbelievable, gutsy shot I've ever seen under those circumstances”. Now, if a legend like Jack Nicklaus, who has seen just about everything there is to see in the game of golf, says it’s the greatest shot he’s seen in a situation like the one Woods was in on Sunday, then who am I – or anyone else for that matter – to argue against the great ‘Golden Bear?’

A medal and museum for Nicklaus

Jack Nicklaus will always be linked with winning the U.S. Open - not just in the record book, but on the gold medal. Starting this year, the U.S. Open champion will receive the Jack Nicklaus Medal. The medal, which has been awarded every year since the championship began in 1895, previously did not have a name. It features an image of Nicklaus on the back. Also, the USGA said it...

Fans' bizarre outbursts following Tiger shot

If you aren’t sick of “you da man!” and “get in the hole!” then you don’t watch enough golf. Every shot from off the green on every hole of every tournament, some jerkwad has to be the guy to yell “get in the hole!” It doesn’t work. It never has worked. And it never will work. You friends won’t recognize that it was you on television and the players probably...

Tiger Woods Misses Tap-In Putt, Drops Four Strokes in First Eight Holes at U.S. Open

After Friday's round, it finally felt safe to say that Tiger Woods was 'back,' and that was certainly the buzz around golf. Even other golfers were finally starting to take notice. "That," said 2012 Masters champion Bubba Watson, "was the old Tiger." After Woods won the Arnold Palmer Invitational and Memorial Tournament earlier this year -- joining...

Tiger Woods appears to injure hand on photographer (Video)

Back on Saturday, golfer Tiger Woods lost some ground in his attempt to win the 2012 U.S. Open and to add injury to insult, a photographer might have injured his hand. Check out the below video of Woods walking away from the 18th hole and colliding with a photographer attempting to get a picture: (Courtesy of Larry Brown Sports)

Beau Hossler Showing Age Doesn't Matter After Leading Tiger Woods, Field at U.S. Open

Heading into the weekend at the Olympic Club out in San Francisco, Calif., 17-year-old Beau Hossler was just excited to be part of the nation's biggest golf event. But as the teen took the course on Friday, sitting at even par for the tournament, he surely didn't expect to take the lead. That's just what Hossler did on Friday afternoon, dropping to minus-2 through 10...

Tiger Woods' Status as U.S. Open Favorite Reaffirmed by Rock-Solid First Round at Olympic

The last time the world saw Tiger Woods win a major championship, he beat Rocco Mediate in the summer of 2008 in the U.S. Open at Torrey Pines on essentially one leg for his 14th major, just four shy of Jack Nicklaus' record of 18. Plenty has happened on and off the course in Tiger's life since then, but once again Woods is the favorite to America's golf championship...

Santa Margarita's Hossler takes lead at U.S. Open

SAN FRANCISCO Not even Tiger Woods is immune from losing the U.S. Open lead. Nor is a teenager incapable of holding it. Amateur Beau Hossler who just completed his year in high school used two birdies around the Olympic Clubs turn to reach 2-under par and stand alone atop an anything-goes leaderboard. The 17-year-old Californian broke a tie with former Open champion Jim Furyk...

Teen amateur Hossler believes he can win US Open

Somewhere along The Olympic Club's tight, twisting fairways, 17-year-old Beau Hossler went from thinking he could be the low amateur to believing he could win the whole tournament. Apparently he wasn't the only one. Tiger Woods' agent approached Hossler's dad outside the scorer's room late Saturday afternoon, shook his hand and said, ''This is unbelievable...

Tiger suffers major Saturday meltdown

It's been 48 years since United States Opens finished on Saturdays. But Tiger Woods finished this Open on Saturday. With the eyes of the sporting world upon him, with the debate on whether he's finally back or not poised to swing in his favor, Woods handed Sunday back to LeBron James and Kevin Durant, as much as to Jim Furyk and Graeme McDowell. He suffered a premature...

Chip Kelly hangs with Tiger Woods at Olympic

As fans, I think we all presume that college football coaches have no lives, and spend their off-season’s huddled up in dark film rooms, breaking down tape of future opponents, and ignoring their wives as effortlessly in June as they do in October. At least that’s the vision I have anyway. And for some (yeah, we’re looking at you Nick Saban), it’s probably true, but for...

US Open at a glance

A quick look at the first round of the U.S. Open at The Olympic Club: Leading: Michael Thompson, playing in his first U.S. Open, shot a 4-under 66 and was three shots ahead of the field. Just behind: Tiger Woods shot 69, as did David Toms, Nick Watney, Justin Rose and Graeme McDowell. Tiger watch: Woods played in the featured pairing, beating Phil Mickelson by seven shots and...

Furyk, McDowell share US Open lead after Round 3

While Tiger Woods tumbled down the leaderboard, Graeme McDowell and Jim Furyk shared the top spot heading into the final round of the U.S. Open. McDowell stuck his approach to 4-feet on the 18th hole to set up a birdie for a 2-under 68 on Saturday. Furyk followed moments later with a 15-foot putt on the 17th to regain a share of the lead, and closed with a par for a 70. At 1 under...
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