email from Tiger

mulligan, 10 July 2004, Comments Off on email from Tiger
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I received another email from Tiger. He’s gearing up for the British Open at Royal Troon next week. The course is a challenge, and filled with quirky bounces. Comments Tiger, “the most famous hole on the course is the 123-yard par-3 eighth, also known as the Postage Stamp. Never mind that the hole is the shortest in the nine-course British Open rotation, the green is tiny and very difficult to hold. In 1997, I made a triple-bogey six on Sunday, and it ruined any chance I had of contending.” That memory would stick in anyone’s craw.

Tiger said he’s been watching video of the 1997 Open, and working on “everything” to get prepared, particularly low shots. Tiger sounds like he’s geared up already for the Open. Says Tiger, “At the moment, I feel very confident about my game. I’m really swinging the club well, and have finished in the Top 10 in four of my last five tournaments. I’m really excited about my new 7.5 Nike Ignite 410cc driver, which I’m hitting longer and straighter. I can’t wait to use it again at Troon.”


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