Here is the monthly newsletter that Tiger Woods writes for his Web site, Tigerwoods.com.
Woods talks about how, since 2000, he’s playing fewer events on tougher courses against the best fields and winning more. Interesting stuff. He also talks about seeing his ”Gatorade Tiger” in a store for the first time and slow play on the PGA Tour, among other things. Worth a read. Continue reading →
Tiger Woods has won all three tournaments he’s played this season. He thinks he can keep this up, too. Tiger already said he thinks winning all four majors is ”within reason”. Now, he said he wants to go through the season undefeated.
“That’s my intent,” Woods said after winning the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championships.
Tiger Woods won the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championships on Sunday over Stewart Cink. He’s won all three tournaments he’s played this year. Incredible. He won the Buick Invitational, Dubai Classic, and now the match play event. When he said winning all four majors was ”within reason” before the season started, he wasn’t kidding.
It took 20 holes, but No. 1 seed Tiger Woods made a 13-foot putt to beat Aaron Baddeley in the third round. It was a great back-and-forth match. Woods will play K.J. Choi tomorrow. Steve Stricker, the other top seed, lost to Angel Cabrera, 4 & 3.
“We hit quality shot after quality shot,” Woods told the Golf Channel. “Matches like that are fun to be a part of.”
Michelle Wie has taken a break from classes at Stanford and is playing in the Fields Open in Hawaii. Her trademark smile was back as she shot a 3-under 69 Thursday and is tied for 19th. It was the first time she shot below 70 in about a year and a half. She showed no signs of the wrist injury, but let’s see what happens in today’s second round.