On the verge of an epic return, Tiger Woods come up short again. Host of the Chevron World Challenge Tiger lead all week only to loose his lead to Graeme McDowell on the last day. It was the biggest comeback ever against Woods, McDowell rallied from a 4-shot deficit with some unbelievable shots. However, even though Woods didn’t win, his showmanship may be improving as Golf.com reported he said “I’m proud of today, even though I lost” I guess he really did some soul searching this year. Meanwhile, the man who crushed Woods dream of having at least one win this year moved up to #7 in the world and won $1.2 million.
Down under Geoff Ogilvy made his home country proud by winning the Australian Open. After a somewhat turbulent year Ogilvy can now look back on this year and be proud of his game. Finishing the tournament 3-under with a 69 for a four-stroke lead.
More good news for Lee Westood who will maintain his #1 world ranking for the rest of the year after winning the Nedbank Golf Challenge by an 8-shot victory.