Tag Archives: Monday Finish

Mar
24
2013
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Here comes the storm…

After Tiger Woods birdied No. 2 at Bay Hill to get to 12-under and take a three-shot lead over Rickie Fowler, Keegan Bradley, Ken Duke and John Huh, the horn sounded at 2:03pm on Sunday, signaling that play had been suspended.

Woods’ quest to regain his rightful position atop the rankings was delayed by monstrous thunderstorms. There was a tornado warning — and I’m pretty sure that was my first experience in a mini-tornado, which was pretty much just as frightening as I envisioned — followed by gusts up to 52mph and heavy rain showers. 

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Jan
27
2013
By Stephanie Wei under PGA Tour
Tiger in cruise control

Tiger in cruise control

Tiger Woods continues to cruise on what will very likely be his seventh victory at the Farmers Insurance Open (and his eight at Torrey Pines when you include the 2008 U.S. Open) and his 75th on the PGA Tour, which will occur on Monday afternoon Eastern Standard Time.

Saturday was a wash-out due to fog — err, excuse me, the marine layer.

With eleven holes left to play in the final round, Woods has a seven-shot lead, with defending champion Brandt Snedeker and Nick Watney as his closest contenders. 

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Aug
20
2012
By Stephanie Wei under PGA Tour

Sergio's reactions = best in golf

In my mind, Sergio Garcia’s name is synonymous with the Ryder Cup. He lives and loves the biennial team matches. Name another player who shows more passion and intensity, not to mention has better cheerleading skills? Yeah, exactly.

Garcia was previously inside the European/World points list (Team Europe has a different qualifying system than the U.S.) before Ian Poulter went nuts in the final round of the PGA Championship to place T3, and surpass the Spaniard.

The automatic spots aren’t finalized until after this week’s Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles in Scotland, but Sergio is likely to lock up a berth with his clutch performance at the Wyndham Championship–which will be completed on Monday due to the great flood unexpectedly sweeping through Greensboro on Sunday.

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