Man Puts a $100,000 Bet on Woods Winning the Grand Slam

Man Puts a $100,000 Bet on Woods Winning the Grand Slam

I can't see how he can be two under par from the wrong place at Bethpage.' Faldo also questioned Woods's decision not to play since claiming his first major victory for 11 years.

In his prime, Woods achieved the "Tiger Slam", an accomplishment completed when he won the 2001 Masters. He began his 2018-19 PGA Tour season with a win at the Shriners Hospital for Children Open and also captured the Omega Dubai Desert Classic to give him five worldwide victories in the last calendar year.

"I always thought it was possible", Woods told GolfTV.

Thomas - the 2017 PGA Championship victor - announced his decision Monday afternoon on his social media accounts. "I texted him on the way home on Sunday, on the flight home".

James Adducci won $1.2m on a Woods' bet.

Beem didn't bother going onto the course when the rain kept coming, although he did suggest to a PGA of America official that one of its initiatives be enacted for the second major of the year.

"Unfortunately I will be withdrawing from the 101st PGA Championship at Bethpage Black this week as my wrist is not yet fully healed".


Rightly heralded by the PGA of America as "one of the most celebrated public courses in the game", Bethpage will host - as things stand - every member of the world's top 100 ranked players in a field of 156. "To make $1 million is a step".

Woods' latest achievement earned him an invitation to the White House to receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom on Monday evening, May 6, in the Rose Garden area of the grounds.

A mild winter at Bethpage has been followed by a cool, damp spring and the weather is forecast to be fresh throughout championship week. Anytime a player has a shot at the career Grand Slam, that will be one of them, but with the way Jordan Spieth has struggled this year it doesn't seem likely he'll get it done.

A succession of injuries, and subsequent operations, not to mention a troubled private life, appeared to suggest he was struggling to return to a level of performance where he could even challenge for titles - let alone win them. He hasn't been in contention since he played in the final group of the British Open previous year. If the biggest storyline of the year involving golf's biggest star can't inspire fans to attend events, what can? "But I don't mind that".

The second PGA Tour major championship is just around the corner, and tee times for the first two rounds have been released.

Bubba has performed rather well at Bethpage Black previously. The Black course is the toughest of the bunch and famously features a sign near the first tee that reads: "WARNING: The Black Course is an extremely hard course which we recommend only for highly skilled golfers". He went on to finish fifth at the following year's Masters, but then stunningly won each of the next four majors, including the 2000 PGA.

It might be different for the PGA Championship, although Kerry Haigh, who sets up the course for the PGA, says the fairways will be the same width as they were for the U.S. Open except on No. 18.

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