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Golf Australia Express : Issue 20
2011 THEGOODTHEBADTHEUGLY After an 11-week break, Woods returns for the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational—an event he won 7 times. With his friend Bryon Bell on his bag, he tied for 37th. Adam Scott won the event with Steve Williams looping for him. Tag Heuer finally ends its 10-year commercial relationship with Woods after much speculation. Woods announces Joe LaCava as his new caddie via his website. The bagman left Dustin Johnson in favour of Woods. Rolex signs a deal with Woods. Finishes 3rd at the Australian Open in a star-studded field, showing glimpses of his best golf. Woods breaks a career-long winless streak of 107 weeks, birdieing the last two holes to win his 5th Chevron World Challenge. He moves up to No.22 in the world. Woods clinches the event- winning point at the Presidents Cup defeating Aaron Baddeley. Finishes with two points from five matches as a captain’s pick. Fails to qualify for the 2011 FedEx Cup playoffs, finishing outside the top 125 qualifying point earners. Woods drops in the world rankings to No.58. For the first time ever, Woods misses the cut at the PGA Championship—only his third MC in a major. He shoots an opening round 77, his highest first-round score in a major as a pro, and followed with a 73 on day two. He misses the cut by six shots. Woods finished last in the field of 76 players in driving accuracy, hitting only slightly more than 40% of fairways. His former caddie calls the win the best of his career—clearly a jibe at his former boss. AUG 7, 2011 AUG 10, 2011 SEP 26, 2011 OCT 5, 2011 NOV 13, 2011 DEC 4, 2011 NOV 20, 2011 AUG 19, 2011 NOV 6, 2011 AUG 12, 2011