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Tiger Woods shot a 1-over-par 71 Thursday at Oak Hill Country Club after he double-bogeyed the final hole. Woods, who trails clubhouse leader Jim Furyk by six shots, had just two birdies, failing to take advantage of the relatively good scoring conditions. “The round realistically could have been under par easily,” said
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If showing up is half the battle then registering is the other 50 percent. Phil Mickelson holds the No. 2 ranking in the world and he is coming off an impressive victory at the Open Championship three weeks ago, but “Lefty” risked disqualification from the PGA Championship when he almost forgot to register for the event. The tournament is slated to begin Thursday, but as of Wednesday...
Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods aren't likely texting buddies, but if they were, Thursday night's electronic missive from Mickelson to the world No. 1 might go something like this:
@ClaretJug13 to @TDub14Majors: Hey, sorry about the way your round finished today, slipping out of red numbers with that unfortunate double bogey. Don't worry, though. I know exactly how you...
Before his practice round on Tuesday, Tiger Woods headed towards some fans to sign some autographs and after they all pushed forward, he turned and left with a smile.
After his round Tiger spoke about why he didn’t sign for anyone.
“Well, the fence almost came down. So they almost knocked the fence down. It gets dangerous. We had a little girl get crushed today, and she was just...
Phil Mickelson looks at himself differently these days.
Sure, there's a bit of uncertainty in the grogginess of morning, when he wakes up wondering if that claret jug really belongs to him for a whole year.
Then -- yep -- there it is, his name engraved on the silver chalice.
For Lefty, it's all gravy from this point on.
He feels complete.
''The British Open really...
Oak Hill was there for the taking. Tiger Woods gave away too many chances.
Woods had everything he needed to start the final major championship of the year on a good note. The conditions were soft, still and ideal for scoring. He was one shot out of the lead Thursday morning in the PGA Championship when he made the turn, and there was nothing to suggest he would stray too far away...
[BWO It's Always Sunny in Detroit] we have Tiger Woods, before his practice round Tuesday at Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester, faking out some autograph seekers. Why?
“Well, the fence almost came down. So they almost knocked the fence down. It gets dangerous. We had a little girl get crushed today, and she was just on the ground crying. People get so aggressive for autographs...
PITTSFORD, N.Y. — With every major, Adam Scott is making a convincing case that he isn’t satisfied with just a green jacket.
Scott ran off five straight birdies early in his round at soft and vulnerable Oak Hill, and finished with a 15-foot par for a 5-under 65 that gave him a share of the lead Thursday with Jim Furyk in the PGA Championship.
Scott finally became a major champion...
Tiger Woods hates bogeys. All golfers do (well, some weekend hackers probably would love to bogey every hole). So it's safe to say he probably loathes double bogeys.
That's exactly how he finished his first round Thursday as he posted an ugly six on the par-4 9th hole (he started on the back nine) to finish with a 1-over 71 .
The heavy favorite coming into the 2013 PGA...
Tiger Woods disappointed a group of fans during his practice round at Oak Hill before the PGA Championship on Monday, but he had a legitimate reason for doing so. At first glance, it appears Tiger walked toward a group of fans who were seeking his autograph and played a cruel trick on them. However, he [...]
Coming off a seven-shot victory at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational, Tiger Woods padded his lead in the Official World Golf Ranking.
Woods, who won the Bridgestone for the eighth time on Sunday, leads second-ranked Phil Mickelson by 5.63 points. Woods has been the World No. 1 since winning the Arnold Palmer Invitational in March, a victory that put him just more than a half-point...
Adam Scott is playing golf like the old Tiger Woods. Tiger needs to
start playing like the new Adam Scott.
This weekend golf's fourth and final major of the year takes place at Oak Hill, the PGA Championship. The PGA doesn't get as much hype as The Masters or US Open, nor is it as distinct with the history of the British Open, but it has routinely delivered exciting and unpredictable tournaments throughout the years.
TNT and CBS share the coverage once again this year, but...