Brooks Koepka's nerveless display denies Tiger Woods fairytale victory
5 monthes ago - By The Guardian
• Koepka finishes on 16 under to win by two shots
• Woods pips Adam Scott to second place with birdie on final hole A slam of the driver into turf meant Tiger Woods knew this was the end, even if it may, in fact, be another beginning. He swung said club through the air in a subsequent fit of pique. At the 71st hole of the 100th US PGA Championship, his errant ball buried in foliage, Woods's frustrations were echoed throughout golf, which was denied the finest tale of all. Although it was epic fun while it lasted, it was over. Woods did more than enough during this major to suggest he will...
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