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Golf Australia Express : Issue 29
5 6 7 WRATH PRIDE ENVY With all the criticism of the man—both personal and professional— for more than two years, Tiger took his anger out on poor old Bay Hill. His event total 13-under was the best since Rod Pampling’s 14-under in 2006. And the five-shot spanking he dished out to the rest of the field was the largest margin of victory on the PGA Tour since Rory McIlroy won the US Open by eight shots in June. Victory at Arnie’s gave Tiger 72 PGA Tour titles—just one shy of the mighty Jack Nicklaus. And Tiger’s much talked about driving? Well, he did not miss a fairway until the ninth hole on Sunday. Who out there wouldn’t be green about those stats? “Watch out boys on the PGA TOUR. Tiger is back.” — NBC analyst Johnny Miller Tiger shot 70 on Sunday, the lowest by any player in the last 16 pairings. With gusty winds on a course baked hard and fast, and with pins tucked and throats tightening, Woods stubbornly refused to let go of the lead he brought into the day. He made clutch putts, kept his nearest pursuer at arm's length, and let out a primal scream when the victory was no longer in doubt. LIST THE
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