Will Palmer lash out at Tiger Woods for dethroning him? Also, easy golf tips from Haney, Woods
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When Tiger Woods first tied, then surpassed, Arnold “the King” Palmer’s PGA Tour win record, the press was quick to gobble it all up and regurgitate it incessantly. Buzz regarding when Woods will gain ground on Jack Nicklaus’ record and finally achieve top-dog status by pushing past Sam Snead’s long held eighty-two win feat are now mentioned in almost every golf fanatics conversation.
As Tiger and company head over to Bay Hill this week to try to conquer this tough course once again (Woods is seeking his fifth victory), another record is in fear of being trounced, but with much less fanfare.
Defending champion Vijay Singh will be looking to climb to the very top of another “most wins” column, that is, the all-time win list internationally. Currently tied with Harry Cooper (31), success at Bay Hill would secure Singh his own bragging rights.
But we all know how Singh is about bragging. When Vijay was told he beat Sam Snead’s record, he snubbed it complaining, “there’s no trophies for doing it.” Conquest for Singh this week would bring his “over-forty” streak to twenty possibly agitating him as the press recognizes this achievement in tandem with the more influential international one.
We also offer up a few easy-to-picture golf tips from both Hank Haney and Tiger Woods regarding proper pre-shot routine and hitting the ball straighter.
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