Tiger expected to be hungry at super-hot PGA Championship
Temperatures are expected to exceed 100 degrees throughout the PGA Championship this week, and tournament officials have issued an excessive heat warning. The heat index, a combination of air temperature and humidity, is expected to reach 110 …
Meanwhile, ESPN.com’s Bob Harig says Tiger Woods will be hungry for his first major of the year at the PGA Championship. Woods has only had three other seasons in his professional career without a major …
“Golf-wise, it’s been pretty good, but not great,” Woods recently said of 2007. “If all you win is a major, then it’s a great year. I just think the major championships are valued that highly. I’ve come close. I just haven’t gotten it done yet.”
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