Tiger Woods taking 3-to-4 weeks off after Masters

Tiger Woods taking 3-to-4 weeks off after Masters

Tiger Woods taking 3-to-4 weeks off after Masters

Scott became the first Australian to wear the iconic Green Jacket after a playoff victory against Angel Cabrera, who missed out on his second victory at Augusta.

But, once again, McIlroy's putter cooled off, and he fell flat when it mattered most.

The guy who lives for red, white and blue is now associated with Masters green.

Woods missed greens right and left, never really getting approach shots in the flawless spots on treacherous greens. I'm glad to see tiger was feeling give them gliding get to see his friends somebody get to compete. "I just didn't quite have it". "I usually take three to four weeks off".

It alleges from former teammates that they caught him trying to hit someone else's ball on a fairway after his went into the rough during a qualifying event.

"We had to pull him off the golf course plenty of times because of his behaviour", Jeannette said.

"Everyone knows why I got kicked out of UGA".

If it wasn't 2011, it was another huge opportunity frittered away.

Rory McIlroy went into the round three shots off the lead, in good position to make a run at the career Grand Slam.

Just one of Hadwin's four rounds were over-par - he opened with a three-under 69, shot a three-over 75 Friday, and on the weekend, carded rounds of even-par 72 and one-under 71. Jeannette said Reed was acting on wife Justine's orders.

"It's going to be fun". But we're clearly dealing with a rejuvenated McIlroy intent on cementing his legacy, whatever it turns out to be, over the next 10 years. I just haven't played it well enough at the right times.

Fortunately for Reed, McIlroy was unable to put the pressure on as he missed a number of short putts in his round.

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Four-time major victor Rory McIlroy got a noticeably louder ovation than Reed when they were announced on the tee box. Trailing only Patrick Reed going into this Sunday at the Masters, he needed just a 68 on a day when the scoring average was 70.5.

It looked hard for McIlroy, who pushed his opening tee shot deep into the trees and made several unforced errors.

Five years removed from his last PGA Tour win and 10 years since his last major championship win, Woods has stirred the golf industry with his return to competition, contending at tournaments and showing glimpses of his once dominant form.

And when the putts don't fall on the final day, there's not a lot of excuses that can be made.

Reed may be the closest thing golf has to a villain, thanks to a complicated past that is somewhat shrouded in mystery. "You look at what Jordan [Spieth] and Rickie [Fowler] did". Today I got myself there. Patrick and I didn't at all. And his tussle with both his past at Augusta and the ghosts of golf history will remain as compelling a storyline as we have in this sport.

You know, going into that, it just felt like, okay, well, that takes off a little bit of that pressure off of me and I can just go out and try to play golf.

For McIlroy, Sunday was a turning point, too. But it will likely damage his psyche. Seve Ballesteros, Phil Mickelson, Nick Faldo and Tom Watson all won at least 5 majors, but they are not in the company of Woods and Nicklaus.

Needing a two-putt par from 25 feet at 18 to win, Reed gently tapped the first putt and saw it race four feet past the cup. "He'll have a green jacket forever", Spieth said.

"Oh, yeah, 100 percent", he said. He's told people for years that he is a "Top-5" player.

The tweet comes five years after Trump applauded Reed for winning a trophy on one of his own golf courses, in Miami.

The hardest rain came in the morning and affected some of the early groups, but it was not as bad as predicted, and it just stayed cloudy and cool for much of the afternoon.

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