Scott Michaux @scottmichaux ORLANDO, Fla. — Tiger Woods was feeling a little weirdly stressed after placing himself once again on the leaderboard with an opening 68 at the Arnold Palmer Invitational on Thursday.As the phrase “raised expectations” came up, Woods pushed back with a little perspective.“You guys are asking different questions than you did when I first came back and that wasn’t that long ago – that’s two months ago,” he said. “The narrative has completely flipped from how you...
ORLANDO, Fla. — In the most boss move in the history of the annual Masters champion teleconference, Sergio Garcia spoke for 30 minutes from the hospital while his wife, Angela, was in labor Tuesday. “It has been an eventful morning,” Garcia said at about 8 a.m. Austin, Texas, time. “About an hour and a half ago, Angela’s water broke, so we are at the hospital right now. We’re kind of checking in, and, yeah, exciting. Nervous at the same time.
Scott Michaux @scottmichaux PALM HARBOR, Fla. – Brandt Snedeker played his fourth round with Tiger Woods this season Saturday at the Valspar Championship, so he has a pretty good read on where the comeback is trending.“I can confirm he’s back – the roars are back,” Snedeker said after a frenzied third round that left them both tied for second heading into another Sunday paired together in the penultimate group at the Copperhead Course. “It’s fun to hear the crowd going crazy again and...
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Selecting a term
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