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Tiger Woods used to win golf tournaments, even majors, with his B-game.
He stopped admitting to such things once he realized that pronouncements like that really annoyed his fellow professionals.
They were, after all, trying hard and only won when they were at their absolute best, and for most of them even that wasn't enough.
But that doesn't mean Woods stopped beating them with that B-game.
Imagine how annoyed they'd be, then, to discover that Woods has had nothing even approaching his B-game at Merion, yet still is in the thick of the hunt at the 113th US Open?
Through two rounds, Woods has three-putted twice, and four times failed to execute the most straightforward of chips, leaving a green with the sloppiest of bogeys.
Six shots thrown away like rice confetti at a wedding on a course that's bringing the world's best golfers to their knees should have Woods flirting with the cut line.
But instead, at 3-over par after completing 25 holes on a marathon F...
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The USGA wants professional golfers to hurry things up on the course. All courses. Even miniature golf courses.
In a new spot from the United States Golf Association, Tiger Woods is seen taking plenty of time to line up a putt. As he prepares to take his shot, a small child asks Tiger to hurry up by giving him the "While we're young" treatment, revealing that Tiger...
If its major championship week, it must be time for another whirlwind round of Tiger Woods retrospectives.
Will Tiger break his five-year major drought and win his fourth US Open this week at Merion? Will he hit enough fairways to contend on the weekend? Will there be another rules incident like the one at the Masters?
If he does win, will this mark the greatest comeback in history...
Tiger Woods' winless streak in the majors has officially moved into its sixth calendar year, and this one got ugly during the weekend.
Over his final 36 holes, Woods carded 11 bogeys and a triple-bogey against only four birdies, spiraling out of contention on a layout that he thought he would fairway metal to death.
But it was his putter that truly let him down. Woods picked...
At least one fan on Saturday at the US Open continued the wisecracks against Sergio Garcia.
Garcia has heard a mixture of catcalls, quips and lighthearted support from fans at Merion Golf Club after his recent racially tinged remark about inviting Tiger Woods over for dinner and serving fried chicken .
And, on Saturday, NBC caught one fan's "fried chicken" yell clearly...
Tiger Woods' wrist looks better. His play, though, does not.
According to reports, Sergio Garcia has heard the heckles all week at Merion Golf Club during the U.S. Open. After his racist comment about Tiger Woods a few weeks ago, it only figured. However, Saturday the fans decided to get a little more specific with Garcia.
Garcia began his day at 6-over par after shooting consecutive 73s on Thursday on Friday. Garcia started on the 11th hole...
There was at least one wiseguy waiting on more than a few of the holes. Despite that, Sergio Garcia's charm offensive was mostly well received by the galleries during the opening round of the U.S. Open.
Some three weeks ago, in the midst of a hissing match with Tiger Woods, the Spaniard made a racially tinged remark about inviting his rival over for dinner and serving fried...
Tiger Woods matched his worst round as a pro at the U.S. Open,
and this one cost him Saturday at Merion.
Tiger Woods' rain-shortened first round at the US Open one to
Tiger Woods and other PGA notables have packed their bags for a trip to the city of brotherly love for golf’s second major tournament of the year.
The 2013 U.S. Open takes place in Merion Golf Club’s East Course, a course right outside of Philadelphia.
Just like the Masters, let’s take a look at The Sports Bank’s five best bets to win the near $1.5 million prize this weekend...
Merion is making the world's best golfers appear like mere mortals
at the U.S. Open - which could aid Tiger Woods' chances for major
Lindsey Vonn needs a reality check.
She is a skier. In the grand scheme of things there are probably 30 sports people care more about than skiing. Before she dated Tiger Woods she was probably known by 10% of the general population and wouldn’t be considered a superstar. She certainly wouldn’t be getting this type of attention if she wasn’t dating him.
So, she needs to relax...