Posted March 02, 2013 on
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Instead of making a move, Tiger Woods was stuck in neutral Saturday at the Honda Classic.
Woods never found a tee shot plugged into the bank below the 17th green and made double bogey. After saving par from a foul ball into the grandstands, he signed for an even-par 70 and was toward the bottom of the pack.
Woods he lost momentum on the 10th hole when he had mud on his ball and his shot went into a bunker, leading to bogey. He only had a few reasonable birdie chances after that and failed to break par for the third straight round at PGA National.
It also was bad news for Golf Channel. Barring a weather delay, Woods will finish both weekend rounds before TV coverage comes on.
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Overall, Tiger Woods had a pedestrian round of 70 during the first round of play of the Honda Classic on Thursday at PGA National Golf Club’s Champion Course. While a 70 was good for an even par round and only five off the pace of co-leaders Graham DeLaet and Branden Grace (who?) heading into Friday’s action, meaning Tiger is well within striking distance, that does not mean...
That fella disrobing near the bushes on an overcast day at the golf course? Well, that’s just Tiger Woods.
Woods had to adjust his playing attire a bit when taking on the sixth hole at the Honda Classic in Palm Beach Gardens on Wednesday. He had knocked his drive next to a water hazard and looked likely to take a drop. While many a golfer would have taken the extra stroke, Woods...
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. Tiger Woods nearly had a second straight free weekend to play some leisurely golf with Rory McIlroy.
But a sand save at No. 17 and a scramble for par at No. 18 on Friday enabled Woods to finish 36 holes at even par right on the cut line and stay alive at The Honda Classic.
Earlier, world No. 1 McIlroy withdrew in the middle of his ninth hole, citing...
Tiger Woods is still Tiger Woods even though sometimes he is just--Tiger Woods.
He may not always look like the best golfer in the world, but there are times when the guy that sat on top of the world of golf for years comes back and shows the greatness that made Eldrick Tont a household name at one time.
Thursday at the Honda Classic the old Tiger reappeared for at least one...
Tiger Woods' last competitive round at PGA National was the best Sunday of his career, a remarkable round capped by an eagle that almost allowed him to catch the player trying to become No. 1 in the world.
His round Thursday was less eventful. Woods, who closed the Honda Classic last year with a 62 that left him two shots behind Rory McIlroy, opened the event this year with...
Luke Guthrie had the best round of the tournament. He is in the lead going into the weekend at the Honda Classic.
And hardly anyone noticed.
Not on a day when defending champion Rory McIlroy walked off the course in the middle of his round. He told reporters he was ''not in a good place mentally,'' and then released a statement saying his wisdom tooth was sore....
Tiger Woods saves par from the water hazard at The Honda Classic. Wearing two pairs of pants.
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Serena, Serena, Serena, don't you know golf is a gentleman's sport?? Check her out getting denied by a worker at the Honda Classic yesterday when trying to snap a quick pic of the legendary Tiger Woods. Good stuff.
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Rory McIlroy left before his round was even over. Tiger Woods had to rally just to stick around.
And with all that drama Friday in the Honda Classic, hardly anyone noticed that Luke Guthrie showed off his potential in a big way with a 7-under 63 to take a one-shot lead going into the weekend at PGA National.
Guthrie, pegged by many of his peers as a rookie worth watching going...
Rory McIlroy went straight to his car and left the course on his ninth hole friday, withdrawing from the Honda Classic after going 7 over par.
McIlroy told reporters in the parking lot that "I'm not in a great place mentally. I can't really say much, guys.
Serena Williams should know all about spectator etiquette when it comes to sporting events. After all, the former No. 1 women's tennis player in the world would glare at a fan who was clapping their hands or cheering while she was getting ready to serve.
Apparently Williams doesn't think the same manners apply to her after she found out she wasn't allowed to snap a...