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A show of hands from those who watched Tiger Woods flailing about with his short game a year ago at his Hero World Challenge, and predicted that the guy who owned the No. 1 spot for a record 683 weeks would plummet out of the top 400 in the world rankings by this time in 2015.
Apologies for the lack of timeliness, but this space is entitled “After Further Review,” and the moment serves as a telling example of why Rory McIlroy is an extraordinary athlete both on and off the golf course. Towards the end of his victory speech last Sunday at the DP World Tour Championship, a…
Nov 30 (Infostrada Sports) - The World Rankings 1. (1) Jordan Spieth (U.S.) 11.92 2. (2) Jason Day (Australia) 11.61 3. (3) Rory McIlroy (Britain) 11.35 4. (4) Bubba Watson (U.S.) 7.49 5. (5) Justin Rose (Britain) 7.36 6. (6) Rickie Fowler (U.S.) 7.26 7. (7) Henrik Stenson (Sweden) 7.14 8. (8)…
Scott has won a tournament every year since 2001 but now only has one start left this season
Spieth wasn't quite as good this time around as he shot a final-round 71 to lose by one to Australian Matt Jones at the Australian Open. Spieth needed to eagle the final hole to get into a playoff. Spieth was as disappointed as Jones was thrilled.