Monday, October 10, 2005


For 70 holes, Daly was the most unfailing player in the star- studded field, driving the ball long and primarily in the tapered fairways of Harding Park. But the Spaniard dropped out of the picture on the back nine when he couldn't hole any birdie putts. Woods had just missed a 25-foot birdie putt on the second extra hole, No. 16, and already anticipated that John Daly surely would pour in his 15-foot birdie putt for the win. Encourage on by par save from 10 feet on the par-4 9th, Woods went on to birdie the next three holes. After a gigantic struggle, he made up a two-shot deficit over the final three holes, closing with a 3-under 67 to matched Daly at 10-under 270. It was the third time this year Woods rallied in the final round to win, and his second victory in a playoff to amplify his career record to 8-1 in extra holes.


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check it out if something like this interests you.
heres a link

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See you there!

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