Tiger Woods is arguably the greatest player to ever play the game of golf and is easily one of the most recognizable athletes in the history of sports… which makes this whole lanyard thing at the PGA Championship so funny.
After 13 months away, major championship golf returned this week with the 2020 PGA Championship at TPC Harding Park, kicking off an unprecedented run that is expected to see seven major titles contested over the next calendar year.
Dustin Johnson goes into Round 4 with a narrow lead looking for the second major championship of his career, but the contingent chasing him is stout. Brooks Koepka is two back, going for his third straight PGA Championship (and fifth major overall);
Tiger Woods doesn’t know how the strange, compressed schedule will affect him for the rest of the year. Then again, no one else does, either. “No one has ever experienced this, having a shutdown during the year,
Those will be the forever moments in Collin Morikawa’s spectacular victory at the PGA Championship at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco on Sunday. Consider that former Cal quarterback Aaron Rodgers was 27 when he won the Super Bowl.
It was for Tiger Woods on Thursday during the first round of the 2020 PGA Championship at Harding Park. Woods made over 100 feet of putts to put together his best strokes gained putting round since January.
And from the first round of the 2020 PGA Championship, we have an exchange between Tiger Woods and McIlroy, in which Woods comments on the colors of McIlroy’s bag, which are meant to be a tribute to the San Francisco Giants (they’re playing at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco).
During the 2020 PGA Championship, Tiger Woods gave Rory McIlroy a lesson on the rivalry between the San Francisco Giants and the Los Angeles Dodgers. McIlroy has Giants colors on his bag, which Woods did not appreciate,