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Topic - Woody Austin
HONOLULU (AP) — Woody Austin didn't make it to the PGA Tour until he was 30, and only then after a decade of playing mini-tours, working as a bank teller and even stocking shelves in a drug store. At least he gets to go out on his terms.
The status of the Presidents Cup can be measured by one of the top goals for the International team.
Woody Austin couldn't decide whether he should keep his 3-iron or go with a hybrid for the second round of the PGA Championship. He accidentally went with both, which cost him four shots and likely the chance to play this weekend at Oak Hill.
J.J. Henry knows calculating how far the ball travels at high elevation along the Sierra Nevada was one of the keys to his Reno-Tahoe Open victory last year.
Phil Mickelson is mystified no more by links golf. He has his name etched in a silver claret jug to prove it.
Tiger Woods appeared to turn his back on Torrey Pines when he announced last week that he would open his 2012 season that week in Abu Dhabi at the HSBC Championship, with an appearance fee that likely approaches $3 million.
What? Karl Rove leaving the George Bush White House? I read the words; I can't digest them. Going home to Texas to write a book and, not only that, leaving politics altogether? So he announces. We'll see.
TULSA, Okla. — Tiger Woods wobbles, but he never falls down.
TULSA, Okla. (AP) — The 13th major for Tiger Woods looked like so many others until he finished.
TULSA, Okla. — Since Tiger Woods has all but stashed the Wanamaker Trophy in his trunk, it's time to handout some Wannabe hardware for other notable accomplishments at this week's 89th PGA Championship.
TULSA, Okla. (AP) — No one knew John Daly was in town until he showed up yesterday morning at Southern Hills for the first time in 13 years. Not many knew who Graeme Storm was until he showed up atop the leader board in a PGA Championship rife with surprises.
The Greenbrier Classic found room for him — he missed the cut two weeks before winning — and Austin said he will never miss the tournament again.
Austin said he was most disappointed that in his two years needing some help, he received only one sponsor exemption.