• Twitter goes wild as Tiger Woods closes in on PGA Championship lead

    7 days ago - By Yardbarker

    There is no doubt about whether or not Tiger Woods is still a huge golf draw.Tiger made consecutive birdies on 12 and 13 at the PGA Championship on Sunday to improve to 13 under for the tournament, placing him one stroke behind leaders Brooks Koepka and Adam Scott.Fans on Twitter couldn't stop raving about Tiger and how excited they were to see him in the mix for a major championship. Take a look: If this sampling is any indication - and it usually is a good one - the ratings for the final round of the tournament are going to be enormous. This is the second straight major where Tiger...
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  • Tiger Woods admits he even surprised himself with major finish

    7 days ago - By Yardbarker

    Tiger Woods is starting to resemble the once-dominant golfer we all knew, which has even surprised himself.Tiger finished second at the PGA Championship after shooting a final round 64 on Sunday to move up the leaderboard. The second-place finish marked his best finish at a major since 2009.In an interview with CBS' Amanda Balionis after the major, Tiger admitted he didn't see himself in this position a year ago.“I was in contention the last two major championships. I would never have foreseen that a year ago,” Woods said. Tiger also seemed proud of the way he played.“I played hard. It was...
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  • For the man who always said second stinks, this time it didn't

    7 days ago - By ESPN

    Tiger Woods wanted to win his 15th major. Pretty much everyone at Bellerive wanted the same thing. That he didn't wasn't so bad when you consider what he has done in the past two majors.
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  • PGA Championship 2018: Tiger Woods has never come from behind to win a major. But when has he come closest?

    7 days ago - By Yahoo Sports

    Along with the Sunday red, the balky back, and the fire hydrant, another part of the Tiger Woods mythology is that all 14 of his major championships have come when he's held a share of the lead heading into the final round. Until 2009, in fact, Woods could boast always converting when holding a share of the third-round lead. Tiger Woods reacts to a missed birdie putt on the sixth green during the final round of the 2005 U.S. Open Golf Championship at Pinehurst Resort course 2 in Pinehurst, North Carolina on June 19, 2005.
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