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Will Tiger Woods hold on at the US Open this year?

  1. cprice75 profile image90
    cprice75posted 6 years ago

    Will Tiger Woods hold on at the US Open this year?

    Last evening, I saw a stat that showed Tiger Woods  winning all but one major in which he's held or shared the lead after two rounds.  Will he continue to build on that this year?

  2. Powerful Pierre profile image78
    Powerful Pierreposted 6 years ago

    TIGER'S BACK !!!  The tournament is his to lose. Personally I'd like to see that young kid that had the lead yesterday prevail, but whether the golf gods see it that way remains to be seen. It's time for new blood in the US Open!!  thanks

  3. Jaspal profile image78
    Jaspalposted 6 years ago

    He seems to have got his form back, and is right up there. Let's see how it goes to-day ... I think he's had his punishment: Monetary, emotional, mental and spiritual ... hopefully he's learned his lesson, and he should be on top of his game too.

    1. WaterGod profile image60
      WaterGodposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      I was close in my prediction. Tiger couldn't putt yesterday so I didn't give him much hope today. That was a brutal course they played.

  4. WaterGod profile image60
    WaterGodposted 6 years ago

    Tiger never had a chance to sow his wild oats when his father was alive. He not only sowed his wild oats, he burned the the the damn field down! He is healthy and restored to sanity now. He has a good attitude and is playing stellar golf. I am not sure the U.S. open is his to lose as Powerful Pierre commented but it is his to win. I would like to see Tiger win. I am still a big fan. Furyk is playing good golf and Jacobsen is always dangerous on Sundays when he is in contention. Colsaerts(who is this guy) is playing loose and has nothing to lose. I am going out on a limb and predicting that if Graham McDowell plays like he did yesterday, he will be the U.S. open champ today. Tiger may want it too bad and over cook.

    1. Jaspal profile image78
      Jaspalposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      He is connecting well, but 7 over is just not good enough, that too on the final day ... I wish him good luck at the Masters.