Rory McIlroy is showing us why we would like to see more of him in the United States in 2012.
The second-ranked player in the world has a two-shot lead heading into the final round of the Honda Classic on Sunday, after putting together a 4-under par round of 66 in the third round, capping it off with a nice sandy on No.18 for birdie. Continue reading
Tiger Woods bounced back with a 68 today at the Honda classic, after shooting a 1-over par round of 71 to open yesterday.
And the funny thing is, he said he it the ball the worst he has in months.
But the putting was better.
Woods has 10 less putts on Friday than he did on Thursday, but the score was just three shots better. So obviously, it’s easy to tell that he did not hit the ball better today. Continue reading
Sitting here watching the Honda Classic, and it’s the same story, different week for Tiger Woods.
He continues to be just a little off.
Those putts that he used to make aren’t falling. Those spectacular saving shots he used to execute with routine easy he isn’t making. And those hard shots he made look easy? Well, they are looking rather challenging. Continue reading
The Honda Classic has gone from a rather monotonous tournament in years past, to all of a sudden a marquee stop on the PGA Tour is 2012, with some of the biggest names in the game arriving to take on the Jack Nicklaus course.
And of course at the top of the field this week is Tiger Woods, playing in his first-ever Honda Classic.
But then there are names like Rory McIlroy and Lee Westwood, two players who have pledged to play more in the United States this season. Continue reading