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Tiger Woods WINNING Strategy at Augusta National

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Winning the master for Woods did not just happen by chance. His vast experience helped him succeed at Augusta National. His unique instincts such as the ability to use sight to understand sounds and ability to avoid making mistakes were his greatest assets.

According to Woods, the ability to locate the leaderboard was important during the masters. This was because it helped him know how other players were progressing. By doing so, he was able to know who it might be when he heard a roar. The roars help him understand what is going on in the field.

Both Woods and Molinari made birdie on 13th and reach 12 under par. There was no roar at 15th for either Brook Koepka or Shauffele. Koepka missed a 20-foot birdie that would have set him to top. Woods took the lead after the 15thbirdie. On 16th birdie, he took the lead by two shot.

While he was still focusing on his game, he was trying to figure out who might be ahead of him and what were their situations, where they might make birdie and if he managed 14 under par, how many players can do the same. Just like any other sports one has to know the time and distance to make appropriate shoots.

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Washington PGA Tour: It failed last year after Quicken Loan was unable to renew the sponsorship for the event. Tiger Woods Foundation ran the event.

In another side Wells Fargo agreed to a five years contract sponsorship which includes TPC Potomac at Avenel Farms in 2021. The 2020 Wells Fargo’s Championship will be held at Quail Hollow.

McDaniel PGA Tour

He has signed for this summer Mackenzie Tour in Canada. He also qualified for Dominican Republic PGA Tour event. At Puntacana, he finished with 63 and tied for the fifth position. He said that made him change his schedule. In Texas open, he failed to make the 54 hole cut. He is now 192 in FedEx Cup standings. He hopes to rise to 126 to qualify for Web.com Tour finals. He also qualified for Wells Fargo Championship among other players. If he will not be among top 10 at Quail Hollow, he will head to Dallas for AT&T Byron Nelson qualifiers. The top 25 from that four-tournament series will earn PGA Tour cards.

Peterson Comeback from Retirement

He has decided to return to golf after taking retirement. He said he had been inspired by Tiger Woods winning the masters. He is also inspired by Patrick Cantlay who partly lead in the Augusta National until bogeys on the 16th and 17th and finished ninth. He believes he could have done better since he finished ahead of him in 2010 UCLA. He was not however inspired by Patrick Reed winning Masters last year despite him winning behind him in 2011 NCAA.

This week in Golf

This is the last week for players to finish among top 70 in PGA Championship so that they can qualify for the next major. Among those ousted from top 70 and going for Wells Fargo Championship are Sam Ryder, Bronson Burgoon, and Sung Kang.

The ladies European women Tour this week will be played under LED floodlights which is the first tournament to be played at night. It has been called the Omega Dubai Moonlight Classic. The 56 players will play at least nine holes of the two rounds of the opening in eco-friendly LED.

Source: https://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/golf/woods-uses-leaderboard-to-interpret-augusta-roars/ar-AAAKGF5

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