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The 2008 U.S. Open
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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.
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 finished another disappointing round with another bogey Friday, then headed straight to the practice range.
Tiger Woods has been very good at a lot of courses.
Tiger Woods was grouped with Keegan Bradley and Davis Love III for the first two rounds of the PGA Championship next week at Oak Hill.
Woods kept staring incredulously at the ball — when it veered off in odd directions, when it stopped rolling far from the cup. It was as though he had suddenly forgotten how to read a putt.
Tiger Woods kept staring incredulously at the ball _ when it veered off in odd directions, when it stopped rolling far from the cup.
Another sunny day along the Scottish coast. Another perilous test on the links of Muirfield.
British Open champions at Muirfield are more likely to be found on a ballot for the Hall of Fame than the bottom of a betting sheet. It has never been known as a haven for long shots, which would seem to bode well for someone like Tiger Woods.