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Kept hoping.Kept thinking we might see a "wardrobe malfunction" as his girlfriend bounced up and down those stairs.
I think Tiger is going to miss the cut. With all seriousness.
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Tiger shot 66-64 on the weekend. The total of 130 sets a record for the final 36 holes at any PGA Championship in the stroke-play era which dates to 1958. The previous best of 131 was done nine times.
He did not set the record as most under par on the final two rounds. This was a par 70 course. The 131 was set on course(s) with par of 72. Woodland set the record for lowest first 36 holes in a major.
I kept hoping that meathead Koepka would get rattled but the dude has ice water in his veins. Hats off to him, dude was an animal with that driver this week.
Tiger's play reminded me of the old Tiger the way he sprayed drives all over the course then worked magic from some tough spots. He's never been the most accurate with a driver and that makes for great television. People can complain about Tiger getting all the air time but I would rather watch Tiger make birdies from a trashcan than watch Koepka put up red numbers from 90 yards out in the center of the fairway. Also Tiger is way more emotional with his highs and lows(slamming clubs, cussing and then fist pumping all on the same hole) . That is far more entertaining than a flatliner.
"I'm one of the 20 club pros who get to play in the PGA Championship. I'm stoked!"
"Wow! I made the cut and get to play all four rounds of the PGA Championship!"
"Hey! Someone just said I had the lowest score under par for a club pro in the PGA!"
"Life is good! Got to play all four rounds with the "big boys" at a major championship... and got paid a little over $33,000 to do so. Yes... Life IS good!"