Saturday, September 30, 2006

Tiger kills the 18th for the third day in a row

They'll be lengthening the 576 yd par 5 18th hole at The Grove after Tiger's assault this week.

Day three of the Am-Ex tournament and Tiger is out front going into the last day by six strokes. Six. He's never lost a tournament when he's ahead on the last day.
Woods is 37-3 on the PGA Tour (43-5 worldwide) when he has a 54-hole lead, one of the most intimidating marks in golf. He has never given up a final-round lead when leading by more than one shot, so that doesn't bode well for the rest of the field.

But that's all old news. I'm posting this little entry because for three straight days, Tiger has eagled the 18th hole of this course. He holed a 35 foot putt today to end the round at 4- under.

Looks like he owns the 18th and the whole tournament.

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