I remember Kisner on day two. Yeah he fell heavily. It's alright. In the next major someone will big up Spieth and say it's McIlroy's next come back - Oh wait he is injured.
They are not using persimmon drivers these days. Much better clubs and balls improved too. That is why courses had to be lengthened.It was obvious to anyone watching. He was wasn't a long drive specialist. When he started trying to crank 300 yarders, the torque was unsustainable. These kids these day are gonna flame out for the same reason.
Yes, something of a revival for him in the past two majors. We don’t see USPGA on UK terrestrial TV. Highlights of Open and Masters only. Test cricket (England two up in the series against India), first weekend of Premier League and European Athletics eclipsed it on the sports pages.Tiger Woods magic again this past Sunday. Shooting 64 was his lowest in a major at age 42.
Nerves play a part in the last nine holes. Tiger maintained a ‘game face’ until the final putt went in.Molinari and everyone just collapsed in the last couple of holes when Tiger moved ahead by 1.
Molinari and Finau were affected for sure. I was just surprised the groups in front were affected - Koepka missing that birdie, Cantlay and Schauffele who had surges and just petered out in the end. Looking at the putting of the last 4 holes it was tense and sometimes panicky.Nerves play a part in the last nine holes. Tiger maintained a ‘game face’ until the final putt went in.
BBC main news lead on the golf story. Not just in the sports report either.