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Golf Australia Express : Issue 29
1 3 2 4 LUST GLUTTONY GREED SLOTH Since returning to Augusta for the 2010 Masters following his sex scandal, Tiger hadn’t shot all four rounds of an event under par. That all changed at Arnie’s. Getting that consistency back into his game was something he's been longing for, and with the Tiger twirl back on show, he’s gotta be loving it. Tiger went from the tournament’s 54th hole on Saturday to the 65th hole on Sunday without missing a green. How does that relate to sloth, you ask? Well, why did it take him 53 holes to get started on the streak? Very lazy indeed. Tiger feasted out on par 5s at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, making 12 birdies from 16 chances. He's been a standout in that category across his career, and it appears he has his long game under control. There’s no doubt the hunger inside this Tiger remains rabid. It was the 7th time Tiger Woods has won the Arnold Palmer Invitational—a ridiculously impressive feat when you consider the strength of the field. And the five-shot win was the 16th time he has won by five or more shots on the PGA Tour. If Gordon Gekko reckons greed is good, so too does TW. LIST THE A FTER CLAIMING HIS SEVENTH ARNOLD PALMER INVITATIONAL WITH AN EMPHATIC FIVE-SHOT VICTORY, MANY—INCLUDING MAJOR WINNER AND NBC ANALYST JOHNNY MILLER—ARE BOLDLY STATING THAT TIGER’S BACK. BIG TIME. AND YES, WE THINK SO, TOO. WATCHING THE FORMER WORLD NO.1 CLOSELY OVER FOUR DAYS AT BAY HILL, IT SEEMS THE STRIPED ONE REALLY IS CLOSE TO PLAYING HIS BEST GOLF. HERE ARE SEVEN DEADLY SIGNS WE NOTICED AT ARNIE'S TRACK THAT'LL HAVE OTHERS LOOKING OVER THEIR SHOULDERS ONCE AGAIN...
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