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Golf Australia Express : Issue 20
2010 THEGOODTHEBADTHEUGLY The US Open at Pebble Beach saw Woods show signs of a return to form. A third round 66 put him into contention. He went on to tie for fourth at the site of his emphatic 15-shot demolition in 2000. Woods starts working with Canadian golf coach Sean Foley and immediately begins refining his swing. After a month’s break refining his swing, Woods returns at the WGC-HSBC Champions event in Shanghai, finishing T6. Returns to Melbourne to defend his JBWere Masters title. Finishes 4th after a late charge on Sunday. Loses in a playoff to Graeme McDowell at the Chevron Challenge, ensuring his first ever winless season on the PGA Tour. Gillette ends a lucrative endorsement of Woods the day before Christmas. Tiger finishes with 3 points from 4 matches at the Ryder Cup in Wales, equalling Steve Stricker, Luke Donald and Ian Poulter as the event’s leading points earners. Fails to qualify for the FedEx Cup’s TOUR Championship for the first time since turning pro in 1996. Fails to qualify for the US Ryder Cup team, but earns himself a captain’s pick from Corey Pavin. Woods loses the world No.1 ranking to Lee Westwood after 281 consecutive weeks on top. At the AT&T National, an event Woods formerly hosted before losing his AT&T sponsorship, the defending champion failed to post a round under par, tying for 46th place. Woods finishes the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational 18-over par, tying second- last. He posts his worst 4-round result as a pro. JUN 20, 2010 AUG 15, 2010 NOV 7, 2010 NOV 14, 2010 DEC 5, 2010 DEC 24, 2010 OCT 3, 2010 SEP 23, 2010 SEP, 2010 OCT 31, 2010 JUL 4, 2010 AUG 8, 2010