With so much talk about quitting in the middle of a round, Tiger Woods brings his own perspective. If he had not walked off the course in the middle of the final round at Doral last year, he might not have gone on to win three times on the PGA Tour.
The world’s number one ranked golfer in the world walked off the course Friday morning at the Honda Classic leaving everyone wondering what had happened to the young golfing superstar.
Phil Mickelson loved golf before he was old enough to walk and swing a club. It took him on a thrilling ride of major championships and a few spectacular crashes, eventually leading to his induction Monday night into the World Golf Hall of Fame.
Sunday was a big day for Tiger Woods. Two weeks after another injury scare, and two days before his former coach’s book goes on sale, Woods looked dominant as ever Sunday as he won the Arnold Palmer Invitational in Orlando.
The Doral Golf Resort is about to get $200 makeover from its new owner Donald Trump who said when he’s finished, it will be one of the best golf resorts in the world.
Mickelson closed with an 8-under 64, beating Woods by 11 shots in a one-sided showdown at the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am.
Tiger Woods will continue his comeback season in the coming weeks when he makes two stops in South Florida.
His game has been missing for quite a while, but it’s now official, Tiger Woods will not play in the 2011 U.S. Open.
After struggling mightily on the first nine holes of the Players Championship, Tiger Woods shook hands with his playing partner Martin Kaymer and withdrew from the tournament.
It’s definately not a golf day in South Florida. Strong gusts have suspended play at the Cadillac Championship, and destroyed a scoreboard toppled TV towers.