With all the Tiger Woods news it was hard to remember that there was actually a PGA tournament going on this weekend. Just in case you haven’t turned on the TV to a sports channel since Thursday, Tiger Woods announced that he would be returning to competitive golf. If you remember the last time he played he walked off the Player Championship with an injured knee and achilles tendon. Stating he wouldn’t play again until he was completely healed, he says he is ready to come back to his game. So we can expect a lot of Tiger talk leading up to the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.
If you did catch a bit of golf this weekend ( it was finally sunny here so I must admit I took advantage of the good weather a played a few rounds) Scott Stallings made his first PGA tournament win at the Greenbrier Classic in a playoff. Big news Yani Tseng at the young age of 22 won her 5th major (impressive I know) while she defended her title at the Women’s British Open. Of Course now everyone is compering her to Tiger Woods and Annika Sorenstam. So far she has done just fine with all the pressure though. A big next 2 weeks in PGA tournaments this week WCG-Bridgestone and next week is the last major of the year the PGA Championship. Then I will have officially concluded my first year of covering all the PGA Tour major tournaments, let me tell you so far none of them have disappointed me yet.