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Few expected Tiger to play in this tourney, due to his back issues. He probably shouldn’t have. How to watch the rest of the tourney, TV times, live streaming, etc., following the jump.
Tiger Woods announced that his back is feeling fine and he’s going to go ahead and play in this weekend’s PGA Championship, which starts Thursday. Here’s where you can watch the 2014 PGA Championship – both on TV and streaming live.
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How much of Tiger’s back pain is psychological? There’s a real thing called “loser’s limp”, but at the same time, he seems to really be in pain.
If he doesn’t choke, and if he does continue his success over the first 54 holes at Royal Liverpool Golf Club, Rory McIlroy could potentially make history on Sunday.
Jesus Christ … guys!
Does a fan who gets hit in the face with a Tiger Woods drive consider himself lucky or unlucky? The pain will subside, but this Vine will last a lifetime.
Want Tiger only coverage? You’ve got it. Check out how to watch him and the rest of the field inside.