Take a look at some of the world's best players' résumés, and what you notice is a glaring void on their respective 2018 seasons: the lack of a major championship victory. "I've gotten into a couple of bad habits, as you said, and that just makes it a little tougher for me to be consistent with a shorter club in my hand".
"Even though it's going to be softer and wet, it's got the potential for I think anybody to work their way up the board", Spieth said.
Woods needed about a month between the U.S. Open and British Open in 2000, then added the PGA a few weeks later and the Masters the following year to hold all four majors at the same time.
Englishman Tommy Fleetwood is a player who's seemingly in contention every week, yet he's still searching for his first victory on US soil and his first major championship.
"They need to experience what he brings to the game, and they need to experience all that comes with the world of Tiger Woods".
The 42-year-old also missed the 2008 BMW Championships at the same venue due to injury and was only able to play five holes in practice before his pre-tournament press conference yesterday due to thunderstorms.
"It's heart breaking; I've known Jarrod for a long time and my thoughts and prayers go out to (Lyle's wife) Briony and the two kids". This seems like a golf course that is right there in front of you.More news: Twitter CEO: We Do Not Shadow Ban for Political Views
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"He's been a model and an idol for me growing up, and it's nice to see him back playing good golf, and hopefully we'll be paired together late on Sunday again this week".
"There's going to be certain days that I'm just not going to have the speed and the flexibility and the movement that I once did".
18-time major champion Jack Nicklaus holds the record of most major appearances with 164 starts between 1957 and 2005, ahead of Gary Player (150) and Tom Watson (145).
The Queenslander smashed a 271-yard second shot into the par-5 17th (his eighth hole) but three-putted for a par.
Fox's round, the first off the No 1 tee at 6.50am local time, included four birdies and two bogeys as he sat in or tied for the lead for most of his front-nine.
And with a second at the Valspar Championship, a fourth at the Quicken Loans and a gutsy share of sixth at Carnoustie Woods was asked how he felt entering his 14th event of the year. "I just didn't do it".