Tiger finished tied for 11th at -2 in a major that was barely watchable. The Euros totally dominated Kiawah as expected once the winds rose.
I wonder how all the Pros who have never won a major felt today–Lee Westwwod, Sergio, Scott Verplank, Colin Montgomery, etc. —as Keegan stormed to victory in his first ever major. The body language told the whole story. Keegan was loose as could be playing with his nephew as he prepared for the playoff while Dufner was on life support after 15, 16 and 17.. By the way was Dufner at the tournament by himself? Dufner played gallantly with the lead but you just knew he wasn’t going to hold on after his shot wet in the water at 15. Yes bloodlines run true —the great Pat Bradley is Keegan’s aunt.
Jim Furyk and Scott Verplank are 1 back. Verplank is 49 and has never finished higher then 7th in a major.
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Don’t bury Tiger just yet. Tiger’s Comeback
BETHESDA, Md. – University of Maryland head basketball coach Gary Williams will be part of the broadcast team this week as Comcast SportsNet, the leader in local sports television, returns to the historic Congressional Country Club for the region’s most comprehensive coverage of AT&T National, hosted by Tiger Woods.
Tee Time at the AT&T National, the network’s live 30-minute show, begins Tuesday, June 30 at 7 p.m. and runs through Sunday, July 5, culminating with an hour-long show following Sunday’s final round. Comcast SportsNet will be the area’s only network broadcasting a live show from the grounds at Congressional following every round.