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There was the putt on the 18th hole, a 60-footer for eagle that peeled off to the right, broke back to the left and slowly tumbled into the cup as it was losing speed. Not since the 2008 US Open at Torrey Pines has a putt on the 18th hole received so much attention.
A flop shot that required feel. A wedge to a back pin that he had to trust. Tiger Woods followed those two birdies with a perfect 6-iron that he wanted to be even better, urging it to move “one yard … one yard!’’Continue reading …
Hideki Matsuyama, seeking his fourth title in the past two months, fired a seven-under par 65 Saturday to seize a seven-stroke lead after the third round of the Hero World Challenge.Continue reading …
Dustin Johnson wasn’t even expecting to be in the Bahamas for the Hero World Challenge. He was tied for the lead Friday with Hideki Matsuyama, who has reason to expect being at the top of any tournament he plays.
Six shots behind was Tiger Woods, who shot a 7-under 65 without anyone in his way.
Dominant Hideki Matsuyama made history Sunday when he became the first player from Asia to win a World Golf Championships.Continue reading …
Miguel Tabuena bogeyed the 18th hole and found himself 8 shots behind the hot-starting Swede Rikard Karlberg in the opening of the World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions tournament yesterday.Continue reading …