Sunday, June 17, 2007
Sunday Bloody Sunday
If the early morning scores are any indication of what we should expect this afternoon, it might actually be golf worth watching.
Anthony Kim is 2-under through seven holes, along with five other golfers under par on their rounds thus far. The other side of the coin - Rory Sabbatini is carding the worst round of the day, at only 2-over through nine holes.
If the USGA decided that bogey golf is boring golf, they probably watered the course last night and made it playable for the Sunday rounds.
This can only benefit Tiger Woods, who seems to have figured out his swing, hitting a few greens yesterday on his way to a 1-under 69 that was the worst possible score he could have posted, even if he had decided to putt one-handed on the back nine.
If he hits the ball half as decent today as yesterday, I think an evening post will be talking about a 13th major.
Credit: John Biever/SI