Michael Letzig went head-to-head with Tiger Woods for the second time this year on Sunday, rare air for a Tour sophomore, and the outcome was painfully familiar.
Letzig was paired with Woods in the final round of the Memorial and did what most second-year Tour players do when teamed with the world No. 1 – become a spectator.
At Muirfield Village Woods’ closing 65 was 10 strokes better than Letzig, and Sunday at the Buick Open was only slightly better – a 73 to Woods’ 69. The good news for Letzig, he’s still the closest thing on Tour to a dead ringer for Kramer of “Senfield” fame or Borat, you pick.
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