- Prize Returned
2011 Open Champion Darren Clarke returned the Claret Jug to the R&A on Monday to bring an end to his emotional reign as Open Champion. Clarke gets to keep a replica of the Claret Jug.
- Phil Tops Tiger
Sports Illustrated's annual Fortunate 50 earnings ranking shows Phil Mickelson made about $4 million more than Tiger Woods in 2011. It's the first time any golfer has topped Tiger in SI's list.
- Bubba Backing Off?
Bubba Watson says he may have to take driver out of the equation off the tee at Royal Lytham and St. Annes in an effort to find the fairway and not the 206 bunkers scattered across the property.
- New Nikon Deal
Nikon announced it will extend its sponsorship at the Open Championship thru 2017. Nikon has a big presence at Royal Lytham & St. Annes with instructors for fans, a showroom, and binoculars for rent.
- Yahoo Chooses its New CEO
- New Version of Microsoft Office
6:00a ET: Tiger Woods News Conference
7:05a ET: Rex Hoggard, GolfChannel.com Senior Writer
7:12a ET: Bertha Coombs, CNBC Business Report
7:20a ET: Gloriana Soto, Big Break Atlantis
7:30a ET: Luke Donald News Conference
8:05a ET: Jason Sobel, GolfChannel.com Senior Writer
8:30a ET: Rory McIlroy News Conference
9:30a ET: Phil Mickelson News Conference
10:00a ET: Padraig Harrington News Conference
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“Smoke on the Water” by Deep Purple
“Got to Get You Into My Life” by The Beatles
“Mr. Blue Sky” by Electric Light Orchestra
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Wednesday, July 18
Tuesday - July 17, 2012
Tiger can't commit, goes OB on 16: 'That’s on me'
“I was caught,” Woods said. “I couldn’t decide what I was going to do.”
“I bailed out and hit a bad shot,” Woods said. “And that’s on me for not committing.”
McIlroy (64) storms to Arnold Palmer victory
Shot of the day: McIlroy’s birdie putt at 18.
TT postscript: Masters hype builds after final-round charge
Highlights: Tiger (69) makes charge, collapses
Starting five off the lead, Tiger got rolling with with a laced 2-iron and a par at No. 1.
Walking in the par putt at No. 2. pic.twitter.com/zuSGZmVL3z— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) March 18, 2018
Tiger gets it to 9-under.— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) March 18, 2018
He's 4 shots back. pic.twitter.com/cAZtM14SlJ
Drive on 9 is approximately 824 yards off-line right. Approximately.— Tiger Tracker (@GCTigerTracker) March 18, 2018
Uh oh. This is left...— Tiger Tracker (@GCTigerTracker) March 18, 2018
Tiger picked the absolute worst time to stop going right on 16. Mercy.— Ryan Lavner (@RyanLavnerGC) March 18, 2018
Next stop: Augusta.