On Saturday, we posted the humiliating video of an Oklahoma high school guard scoring a game-winning basket for the wrong team. After finishing second to Tiger Woods on Sunday at the Cadillac Championship, Steve Stricker must have the same gut-wrenching feeling. Before the tournament, Stricker briefly helped Woods with his putting. Woods took those lessons and had one of the best putting performances of his career en route to his 76th career PGA Tour victory.
How good was Steve Stricker's lesson? Tiger Woods needed just 100 putts this week, fewest in his entire @pgatour career.— Justin Ray (@JRayESPNGolf) March 10, 2013
RT@espn: 27 birdies in 72 holes = 76th career PGA Tour victory for Tiger Woods— Daniel Kesner (@DanielKesner) March 10, 2013
While Rory McIlroy is struggling under the immense weight and expectations of the No. 1 ranking, Tiger has been on the prowl for that top spot.
Steve Stricker's wife is his caddie? There goes any chance of Tiger and Steve celebrating tonight.