Wait, what? Nick Faldo was stomping around The Golf Channel this morning basically calling for Tiger Woods's head. He said that Woods should do the "manly thing" and withdraw from the Masters after he improperly took his drop several feet behind where he originally hit his third shot at the 15th yesterday.
The best action at the Masters usually begins sometime tomorrow at around, oh, 4 p.m. Who knew we'd wake up to a fun Saturday morning controversy (thank you, HD TV).
Tiger Woods wasn't exactly angry at the result of his approach shot on the eleventh hole of his opening round at the Masters—I'd say he was more bemused—but that didn't stop him from dropping a big ol' f-bomb in range of NBC's CBS's microphones. Looks like he's having a good time out there, though!
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On the 14th hole at Augusta, with the breeze blowing through the trees, musician Dave Loggins had his inspiration. It was April 1981, his first trip to the Masters. His friend Ken Chance, an attorney, had scored passes, and they were walking the course. They paused at 14, and lyrics popped into Loggins' head.