Maybe once a year Tiger Woods blows off his post-round media obligations.
I'm always surprised that the count isn't higher but perhaps it's a remnant of the unfailingly polite kid he used to be that Woods, in good times and in bad, can usually be counted on to do his duty and, even if he reveals little, speak to the media.
But on Sunday, after a flaccid five-over-par round of 76 at Bethpage Black, site of his 2002 US Open triumph, Tiger Woods -- who finished 11 shots behind champion Nick Watney -- had nothing to say.
"He's done," Woods' agent, Mark Steinberg, told the assembled journalists.
Anyone who'd watched Woods turn in his highest score of the year knew Steiny wasn't lying.
What more was there to say that his latest weekend capitulation -- finished off with six bogeys and a double bogey on Sunday -- didn't already say?
It's been 15 years since Woods -- who hit just six greens in regulation and had no short game to speak of -- started a final round in the top 10 and signe...