PGA Championship: Tiger charging hard

mulligan, 13 August 2005, Comments Off on PGA Championship: Tiger charging hard
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Teeing off very early this morning, Tiger Woods is doing exactly what he needed to do to get back into the PGA Championship. Despite an opening bogey, tiger has made five birdies through 16 holes to get back to even par for the championship. And he has two closing par fives to get under par by the end of the round. If he can get to -1 or even -2, his presence will exert extraordinary mental pressure on all the leaders teeing off much later this afternoon.

Here is the PGA Championship leaderboard to follow all the action.

UPDATE: A weak effort to get up-and-down on 17 and a very ugly 3-whack on 18 produced two pars that will likely leave a bad taste in Tiger’s mouth. He still carded a 66 to finish round three at even par for the championship. But he will now need a lot of the field to melt in the mid-day New Jersey sun this afternoon to really be in the hunt on Sunday.


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