17.6.2019 12:35 pm
Woodland, long known as a long-hitter, has worked tirelessly on other aspects of his game.
A lifetime of work came to fruition for Gary Woodland at Pebble Beach, where the 35-year-old from Kansas -- who turned to golf when he felt his basketball dream just wouldn't pan out -- captured his first major title at the 119th US Open.
Three-time major winner Koepka fired a level-par 70 Saturday to stand on 12-under 198 and seize a 54-hole tournament-record seven-stroke lead.
Koepka held off Woods to win last year’s PGA at Bellerive while Molinari denied Woods last year to win the Claret Jug at Carnoustie.
The PGA of America approved two-time major winner Daly’s request to use a cart, making the 53-year-old American the first player since 2012 to do so in a Major.
The 34-year-old American, who won his only major title at the 2016 US Open, settled for a share of second place last month at Augusta.
Sixth-ranked Woods will arrive at the Long Island layout three major wins shy of the career record 18 set by Jack Nicklaus.
Trump congratulated Woods on “your amazing comeback and your amazing life and for giving sports fans a lifetime of memories.
The 43-year-old stunned the sporting world earlier this month by completing an epic comeback from spinal fusion surgery to capture his 15th major.
Woods stunned the sporting world earlier this month by completing an epic comeback from spinal fusion surgery to win his 15th major at Augusta National.
Michael Jordan described Tiger Woods’ Masters comeback as the “greatest ever” and added he called the golfing icon to personally congratulate him.
Just two years ago his back pain was so bad Woods thought he might never play again, let alone win another major.
The fairy tale comeback has finally been realised.
Tiger Woods heads back to Augusta National to resume his pursuit of a 15th major championship with a firmer grip on the realities of his game and fitness than he could claim in his long-awaited Masters return last year.