Found July 22, 2012 on Guyism:
PLAYERS: Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods was in contention at the British Open until the sixth hole of the final round, where serious bunker trouble led to a triple bogey.

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  • Tiger could have gotten seriously hurt on this play. Thank God he didn't. How many other golfers would have tried thisplay? NONE. He tried it and it didn't work the way he planned, but he tried. I give him credit for that. Only the GREATEST GOLFER ever would try that play and the GREATEST is TIGER.
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