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Written by: Tony Korologos | Friday, August 13th, 2010
Categories: PGA TourTiger Woods
Thurs, August 12 TNT 1-8 PM ET
Fri, August 13 TNT 1-8 PM ET
Sat, August 14 TNT 11 AM-2 PM ET
Sun, August 15 TNT 11 AM-2 PM ET

Tiger mistress dancing in a downtown Milwaukee strip club?

Written by: Tony Korologos | Friday, August 13th, 2010
Categories: PGA TourTiger Woods

For those of you who are bored tonight, and on location at the PGA Championship, Golf.com’s David Dusek had an entertaining Twitter post a few minutes ago:

“A truck is pulling a sign around d’town Milwaukee advertising one of Tiger Woods’ alleged mistresses is dancing @ a local strip club.”

Hack Shack Volume 3

Written by: Tony Korologos | Wednesday, August 11th, 2010
Categories: PGA TourTiger Woods

(Jeff Palopoli) With Tiger’s nose-dive this past week at the WGC, how much of this do you think has to do with his parting ways with Hank Haney and/or not being associated with a swing coach right now? Or is it simply just as he says, “not practicing enough, because of spending time with his kids”?

Stefan: I think very little of Tiger’s problems is because of his split with Hank.  His head’s just not into it, on the range or on the course.  Nobilo put it best the other day when he said Tiger’s mind is in “Hyperspace”.  Tiger’s more than able to put his swing together from a technical point of view, but his concentration is off.  I’ve backed him as much as anyone this year, but this week’s performance was abysmal.  Even the worst player in almost any field any week is able to break par at least once in four tries, and Tiger wasn’t even close.

From a technical point of view, he has to lose that head-dip on the down swing.  There may have been a time he could compensate against it and be successful in spite of it, but those days have gone.


Tiger Woods logs worst 18 hole score of his professional career

Written by: Tony Korologos | Sunday, August 8th, 2010
Categories: PGA TourTiger Woods

The Bridgestone Invitational is over for Tiger Woods, and the leaders still don’t tee off for another couple of hours.  Today Tiger scored a 77 to cap off the worst four days of scoring in his professional career, 18 over par.

Tiger said he wasn’t surprised by his performance this week.  When asked why he wasn’t surprised about his performance by the press, his answer was, “it’s been a long year.”

In a few hours we’ll get to see if Phil Mickelson can climb up the leaderboard from 10th position to a top four, which would put in in the #1 world ranking.

It will be an interesting rest of the day and I’ll be sitting here watching it all because my back is out and I can’t play right now.

Tiger Woods quote of the day: “Go talk to the leaders”

Written by: Tony Korologos | Saturday, August 7th, 2010
Categories: PGA TourTiger Woods

My fellow golf blogger (who also qualifies as a golf writer) has a fun read on Tiger Woods’ post round comments today at the 3rd round of the Bridgestone Invitational.  After a round of 75 where he mentally threw in the towel, Tiger told the press to “go talk to the leaders.”

Pop over to Jay’s blog to read more.

It is sort of interesting that the Bridgestone is a no-cut event.  TW could have gone home already with a missed cut in a normal event, but has to endure the misery of not playing golf up to the level he or anyone else expects from him for this weekend.  Obviously the pending divorce, which he isn’t talking about, is weighing heavily on his game.

Meanwhile Bubba Watson is looking good at the beginning of the round and has the lead.   Phil Mickelson is one stroke back, smelling a #1 world ranking.

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