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The 2002 U.S. Open
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PGA of America president Ted Bishop recalls a Ryder Cup practice round with Phil Mickelson and Rickie Fowler three years ago when the conversation turned to the best courses for the matches in America.
The red shirt on Sunday and the size of the galleries were the same. So, too, in an odd sort of way, was the early departure.
Tiger Woods was gone from the PGA Championship by early afternoon, 4 over for the tournament and miles from Oak Hill by the time the trophy presentation began. He always said majors were the events he wanted to be measured by, so it should have come as no surprise when a fan reminded him of that, yelling "Masters 2014!" even as Woods trudged his way up the final fairway.
Sergio Garcia already has drawn the ire of Tiger Woods.
Another week, another caddie for Sergio Garcia.
Pete Sampras expects Roger Federer to beat Andy Murray in the Wimbledon final, allowing the Swiss star to tie two of the American's records: seven titles at the All England Club, and 286 weeks ranked No. 1.
Thousands of fans descended upon Verizon Center on Friday night to watch four middle-aged men hack it around on the tennis court. At times it looked like the players were shaking rust off their rackets rather than hitting tennis balls, but everyone in attendance knew they were getting their money's worth before the first serve was even tossed toward the sky. After all, Andre Agassi and Pete Sampras were in the mix.
Pete Sampras held up his hands in apology when his shot ticked off the net and fell in for a winner to give him triple match point against Andre Agassi.
Defending champion Juan Martin del Potro withdrew from the U.S. Open on Saturday, saying he "cannot compete at the top level yet" after having an operation on his right wrist in May.