The Olympic Games want Tiger Woods. He wants to go. But there is a catch.

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"I know TV companies are enthusiastic about it for obvious reasons," said Peter Dawson, president of the International Golf Federation. So, it seems, is the host country. In October, about 60 miles from the Olympic venue, Japanese fans cheered louder for Woods than their native son, Hideki Matsuyama, at the inaugural Zozo championship, which won […]

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Tiger Woods is on the brink of history and still tinkering

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"It is hard to put it together for all four days as you get older," Woods said. "It's just harder." Woods acknowledged the "missed opportunities" created by various layoffs in the course of his career, but he does not dwell on that, he said. In fact, he said he & # 39; blessed & # […]

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Mickey Wright, one of the biggest players in women's golf, dies at 85

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Wright spoke about a competitive fire that complemented that form. "The big winners in golf – Hogan, Nicklaus, Jones, you might think of Tiger Woods – they were all great swingers, but their inner drive wasn't in the charts," she told. Sports Illustrated in 2000. Asked if she would include herself in that list, she […]

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Women's golf legend Mickey Wright dies at age 85

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American player Kathy Whitworth, who holds the LPGA record of 88 titles, said Wright: "Today lost the golf world is one of her greatest champions. She has contributed so much to my career success and also to my life. "What a blessing to play alongside Mickey. It was impossible to be around her without knowing […]

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Mickey Wright: Great LPGA Tour, winner of 13 majors, dies 85 years

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The professional career of Mickey Wright stretched from 1954 to 1969 LPGA Tour legend Mickey Wright, who won 82 titles, including 13 majors, died at the age of 85. The American's three major victories in one year have been matched only by Babe Zaharias (1950), Pat Bradley (1986) and Inbee Park (2013). "We have lost […]

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Mickey Wright, one of the biggest players in women's golf, dies at 85

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Wright spoke about a competitive fire that complemented that form. "The big winners in golf – Hogan, Nicklaus, Jones, you might think of Tiger Woods – they were all great swingers, but their inner drive wasn't in the charts," she told. Sports Illustrated in 2000. Asked if she would include herself in that list, she […]

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