Tag Archives: 2011 Chevron World Challenge

By WUP Staff under Awards

A happy Tiger celebrating with Aussie fans

As 2011 has ended and the 2012 season is upon us, we’re (still) taking an obligatory look at the winners and losers of 2011. First, we reviewed the best shots. Then, we cringed through the greatest meltdowns. We also checked out some players who were considered overachievers. Next, we took a gander at those who had the most disappointing seasons. Since Shoshana worships Tiger Woods (borderline obsession!), she picked his top-five moments  of 2011 — a touching tribute to his 36th birthday (Dec 30).

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By Stephanie Wei under PGA Tour

Tiger: Flipping the club

Tough winds at Sherwood Country Club wreaked havoc in the third round of the Chevron World Challenge. The swirling and gusting conditions baffled 36-hole leader and tournament host Tiger Woods and nearly everyone else in the field. Zach Johnson was among the handful of players that minimized the damage. In fact, the 2008 Masters champ had a pretty special day, including a hole out from the 18th fairway for eagle to post a four-under 68 and take a one-shot lead.

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