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Tiger Woods with a Small Advantage on PGA Championship

Written by Gaby Varji   
Sunday, 16 August 2009 22:24

Tiger Woods with a Small Advantage- BSN SportsTiger Woods, the leader of the U.S. PGA for the third consecutive day, still has a long last day, but harsh and hostile statistics dictate the opposite: in the 14 times he faced as a leader in the final 18 holes of a "Great" always emerged victorious.

This is the way that Tiger has built much of its reputation as a golfer unflinching, merciless and unapproachable. The best of the world faces another Sunday in a 'major' from the lead, albeit a brief and disturbing rent two strokes on the Korean Yang and Irish Pádraig Harrington, after starting with four days ahead.

Tiger has taken a further step on their way to victory or, as you look, it has lost ground since the day began with an advantage of four and now has half.

Despite his round of 71 strokes, Tiger Woods retains full faith in his fifteenth achieve Grand Slam title and fifth in this tournament which takes place at Hazeltine National in Chaska (Minnesota), the longest in the history of the 'majors '.

It would be a huge disappointment for failing to cut it for the first time in 2009 that the distance separating him together with the 18 by Jack Nicklaus.

No luck in the Masters at Augusta National or the U.S. Open and miss the cut after the British Open in a fateful leap to Europe, Tiger has put all his energy at the U.S. PGA. This is the last 'major' of the season and matches his best form. Tiger comes with two victories at Hazeltine in the preceding two weeks (and Bridgestone Buick Open).

The Californian led the championship from the start. 67 strokes (-5) for wings were beginning to Tiger, whose flight has fallen from the stratosphere (70 on Friday and 71 yesterday) for having to endure the breath of Harrington, his "alter ego" in the last two weeks in addition to the upward surprise Yang.

Harrington, defending the title, suffered first-person Tiger how he snatched the title of the Bridgestone a week ago.

"See you on Sunday at Hazeltine," he then said to a disappointed and wounded Tiger Irish golfer, the only European who has been able to win the PGA Championship for the United States.

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