Craig Dolch left the Palm Beach Post last August and as you could have been expected golf writing there has gone down the toilet-
Since Woods announced Thursday that he would test his reconstructed left knee at the CA Championship, ticket sales at the Doral Golf Resort & Spa have been “though the roof,” said the tournament’s executive director, Eddie Carbone.
Tiger entered the CA Championship last Friday, not Thursday. Apprarently Mr. Frias or his editors don’t read their own newspaper.
I’m not done with this article either.
Tiger can tame the Blue Monster. Padraig Harrington knows that. That’s why the 2008 PGA Player of the Year, who won the British Open and the PGA Championship after Woods won the U.S. Open in July on a bad left knee before deciding to have surgery, would rather not engage in too much Tiger talk.
Tiger won the US Open last June, not July.
But wait, Mr. Frias isn’t done yet.
He played his first event since the June surgery two weeks ago at the Accenture Match Play Championship in Arizona, where he won his first-round match, but lost in the second round to South Africa’s Tim Clark.
He won the US Open in July but had surgery in June! Tiger truly is Superman!
The error prone inconsistent golf writing by Mr. Frias has me reaching for some dramamine. I’m getting a case of motion sickness because he is all over the road in the same golf article.
- Tiger Woods to return next week at Match Play
- Tiger Woods doesn’t enter WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship
- Tiger Woods has knee surgery and will miss 4-6 weeks
- Will Tiger Woods be rusty when he returns to the PGA Tour?
- Tiger Woods to Skip the Nissan Open
- Tiger Woods wins Accenture Match Play
- Matchless- Geoff Ogilvy wins Accenture Match Play Championship
- Tiger Woods’ foundation brings PGA event back to D.C.
- Will ESPN’s Bob Harig please pick up the red courtesy phone
- It certainly took long enough
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- Lydia Ko wins New South Wales Open
- The Comeback I- Pittsburgh Penguins beat NY Islanders 5-0
- Seattle Mariners Outfielder Greg Halman stabbed to death at age 24
- Hee Young Park wins CME Titleholders Championship
- Oklahoma State Women’s Basketball Coach Kurt Budke dead at 50
- Costly mistake- Blackhawks waive Rostislav Olesz
- Manager Tony La Russa announces retirement
- Puck Drop- Florida Panthers start the 2011-12 NHL season
- 13-time PGA Tour winner Dave Hill dead at 74
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