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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Charles Howell Iii
Not to be overlooked at golf's oldest championship, however, is a new generation of stars. Rickie Fowler and Harris English will be playing ahead of him. Two groups behind will be Jordan Spieth and Hideki Matsuyama. They are among 25 players who share a bond that speaks to the state of golf. Woods has never won a major during their professional careers.
Charles Howell III was disqualified from the Wyndham Championship on Saturday, one day after the weight port cover on his driver came off before his second round.
Tiger Woods should not expect his next match to be as easy as his last one.
Tiger Woods delivered a "State of the Game" on President Barack Obama's golfing prowess and the news wasn't all bad.
In the morning chill at Riviera, Charles Howell III began his round at the Northern Trust Open with a tee shot that landed in the front bunker on the par-4 10th hole. He was only 30 feet away from the hole. And it took him four shots to finish.
Charles Howell III needs a passport to pack with his putter.
Jeff Overton shot an 8-under 62 on Friday to take a four-stroke lead midway through the inaugural Greenbrier Classic.
"Somehow they got classified as an invisible asterisk besides them," Howell said of the Fall Series. "If you win some of these tournaments, you should get in the Masters."
"Tiger ruined a lot of guys' lives," Charles Howell III, a longtime friend of Woods who lived through those times, said earlier in the year.