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The commander in chief and Harry Reid, his faithful dog robber in the U.S. Senate, have assigned the rangers of the National Park Service the most dangerous mission of the government shutdown. They're already up for medals.
"As many times as I've choked and hit bad shots and I've been nervous and it hasn't worked out, I was feeling all those things today," Haas said. "To hit good quality golf shots down the stretch is such a good feeling. I wish I could explain it. It's amazing."
Horschel, who tied for fourth place at the U.S. Open two weeks ago, began the first round with a 51-foot birdie on the par-3 10th hole.
Thursday at Congressional, for the first time in 188 PGA Tour starts and so many others on four developmental tours, Duke teed off with a PGA tournament victory to his name.
Woods doesn't plan to return until next month's British Open, recovering from a strained left elbow that put him under doctor's orders not to pick up a club. But the withdrawal — Woods' third from his own tournament in the last six years — adds to questions about the event's long-term future in Washington.
First Tiger Woods. Now Justin Rose. The ATT&T National, scheduled for this week at Congressional Country Club has lost another star.
Tiger Woods spoke for some 20 minutes about the state of his game, belly putters, the U.S. Open and the AT&T National. As he was wrapping up, he needed just one word to cover the topic of Sergio Garcia.
Congressional Country Club's Blue Course limped away from the U.S. Open at about this time last year, its claws filed down by a 22-year-old Northern Irishman named Rory McIlroy and 19 other golfers who broke par.
The sixth AT&T National is in the books, yet we still don't feel well-acquainted with the tournament or its host.