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Topic - Paul Casey
While lining up an eagle putt on the 12th green, Paul Casey ended up in the "ruff."
Whether it's sheer concentration, inspiration from the loudest gallery in golf or a willingness to deliver when the sport is more about country and continent than cash, the Ryder Cup tends to deliver more stunning shots in three days than most fans see in a month.
Tiger Woods was in a tough spot in a bunker on the left side of the 13th fairway Thursday in the PGA Championship, needing to get it up quickly over a lip to cover the 178 yards remaining to the green. His caddie leaned toward him with one last reminder, and it had nothing to do with the yardage.
Lee Westwood looked glumly at his ball lodged up against the side of a pot bunker and considered his options. Unfortunately, none of them involved a normal swing in the direction of the hole.
The disappointment for Paul Casey was not a 41 on the back nine Thursday that took him from the first page of the leaderboard at the British Open to his ninth consecutive round over par. It was not getting a chance to emulate Seve Ballesteros.
A peculiar piece of history will be on the line at the British Open.
Paul Casey has withdrawn from the U.S. Open, paving the way for a 14-year-old from China to be what officials believe to be the youngest player in championship history.
England's Paul Casey withdrew from the Volvo World Match Play Championship on Sunday because of a right shoulder injury, and Sweden Robert Karlsson took his spot in the 24-man field in the European Tour event that begins Thursday at Finca Cortesin.
Brian Harman, the first alternate, made his debut in The Players Championship and shot 73. It was a round he won't easily forget, for reasons not the least bit related to his score.
Injured Paul Casey will not return for the Match Play championship.
Paul Casey dislocated his right shoulder while snowboarding in Colorado, sidelining him for the first two months of the year and damaging his chances of qualifying for Europe's Ryder Cup team.
Upon seeing the PGA Tour join other tours in trying to stake out a presence in Asia, one high-ranking tournament official said two years ago, "The Far East looks a lot like the Wild, Wild West."
The fog finally lifted at CordeValle and revealed a Tiger Woods that looked vaguely familiar.
Any other week, the flagsticks at Royal St. George's would be adorned with the red-and-white English banner.
Tiger Woods has dropped to eighth in the world golf rankings after being overtaken by Paul Casey of England.
"It's been very tough the last two days in the wind," Casey said. "These are not conditions I expected or wanted. But it makes a very good, difficult golf course even more so. It's a great test of golf, which is I guess what we want. This is the Final Series for us in Europe. It's meant to be difficult, and it has been."
"Maybe it was the best thing I could have done was to save energy for today, and I did feel fresh," he said.