Stricker has long been known as one of the purest putter on the PGA Tour, and much was made this week at the WGC-Cadillac Championship of him helping Woods with his putting stroke the evening before the tournament started.
Woods beat Stricker by two shots and needed only 100 putts for the week, a career-best on the PGA Tour.
“I am probably in a better spirit because I’m making more putts and now I know how he feels every day,” Woods said. “It’s kind of nice to make putts. No wonder he’s always in a good mood.”
Tiger Woods got a timely putting tip last week from Steve Stricker, which Woods says is merely the continuation of their helpful relationship. Read More
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