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Tiger Woods: “If I intimidate you, that’s your own (expletive) issue”

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In his heyday, Tiger Woods was one of the most intimidating athletes on the planet. I mean, does anyone dispute this? Woods demoralized and decimated his opponents, and he was happy to do so. Heck, his mother told him to step on his competitors’ necks…when he was a child!

For a period of time, there was no surer bet in the world of sports than a Tiger Woods win when he was in contention. He knew it. Fans knew it. Everyone else in the field knew it. Dude is 52-4 when holding at least a share of the 54-hole lead!

Things are a bit different now. Humbled, with a fused back and easier demeanor, Woods surely isn’t the fiery competitor who always showed up to tournaments expecting to win, is he?

Well, if that’s your opinion check out the gem Twitter user @donaldremington has had stashed away since a May Tiger Woods clinic (presumably at Tiger Jam in Las Vegas).

Warning: If you’re offended by graphic language, well, cover your ears.

Vintage.

While Woods may no longer intimidate competitors the way he once did (see: Casey, Paul at the Valspar Championship), he doesn’t seem to have developed any sympathy for those who can’t stand the heat in the kitchen.

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  1. commoner

    Jul 17, 2018 at 4:22 pm

    Some “sports heroes” spend their lives in eternal adolescence.

  2. larrybud

    Jul 16, 2018 at 8:22 pm

    Never understood how someone can be intimidated by another golfer. Not like you’re getting into the ring of death with them.

  3. Jamie

    Jul 16, 2018 at 5:38 pm

    Ah, the good ol’ days! News Flash: Nobody’s intimidated anymore, Tiger. Should have said it 15 years ago when you were great.

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The 6 best #GolfWRX photos on Instagram today (10.14.19)

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In this segment, we’ll be taking a look at some of the best #GolfWRX tagged photos on Instagram. In case you aren’t already, there’s a whole load of action going on at our page, so follow us: @golfwrx

Let’s get to it then, here are six of the best #GolfWRX photos from the past 24 hours.

A look at Justin Thomas using SuperSpeed.

Ultra clean finish from Embrace Putters.

Long neck from Olson Putter Co.

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Welded Swan Neck from Bettinardi.

Sweet before and after shots from Chris Finch.

Great shot of Shinnecock hills GC courtesy of Granger.

Get hashtagging your golf posts #GolfWRX for your chance to feature in our best of Instagram posts in the future!

 

 

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How much each player won at the 2019 Houston Open

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Lanto Griffin claimed his maiden PGA Tour title at last week’s Houston Open which comes with a winner’s check worth $1,350,000. The Californian bumped Scott Harrington and Mark Hubbard into a share of second place in the lone star state, a finish which is good for a payout of $667,500 each.

With a $7,500,000 prize purse up for grabs, here’s a look at what each player who made the cut at the Houston Open took home in prize money.

1: Lanto Griffin, -14, $1,350,000.00

T-2: Scott Harrington, -13, $667,500.00

T-2: Mark Hubbard, -13, $667,500.00

T-4: Harris English, -11, $286,875.00

T-4: Talor Gooch, -11, $286,875.00

T-4: Carlos Ortiz, -11, $286,875.00

T-4: Sepp Straka, -11, $286,875.00

T-4: Xinjun Zhang, -11, $286,875.00

T-9: Chad Campbell, -10, $196,875.00

T-9: Bud Cauley, -10, $196,875.00

T-9: Stewart Cink, -10, $196,875.00

T-9: Denny McCarthy, -10, $196,875.00

T-13: Bronson Burgoon, -9, $142,500.00

T-13: Beau Hossler, -9, $142,500.00

T-13: Doc Redman, -9, $142,500.00

T-13: Cameron Tringale, -9, $142,500.00

T-17: Austin Cook, -8, $110,625.00

T-17: Peter Malnati, -8, $110,625.00

T-17: Maverick McNealy, -8, $110,625.00

T-17: Brandon Wu, -8, $110,625.00

T-21: Kyle Stanley, -7, $88,125.00

T-21: Boo Weekley, -7, $88,125.00

T-23: Ryan Armour, -6, $67,125.00

T-23: Cameron Champ, -6, $67,125.00

T-23: James Hahn, -6, $67,125.00

T-23: Kramer Hickok, -6, $67,125.00

T-23: Andy Zhang, -6, $67,125.00

T-28: Ricky Barnes, -5, $42,482.15

T-28: Zac Blair, -5, $42,482.15

T-28: Luke List, -5, $42,482.15

T-28: Brendon Todd, -5, $42,482.15

T-28: Matt Every, -5, $42,482.14

T-28: Michael Gligic, -5, $42,482.14

T-28: Russell Knox, -5, $42,482.14

T-28: Tyler McCumber, -5, $42,482.14

T-28: Sebastián Muñoz, -5, $42,482.14

T-28: Wes Roach, -5, $42,482.14

T-28: Sam Ryder, -5, $42,482.14

T-28: Scottie Scheffler, -5, $42,482.14

T-28: Robert Streb, -5, $42,482.14

T-28: Nick Watney, -5, $42,482.14

T-42: Brice Garnett, -4, $28,125.00

T-42: Brian Gay, -4, $28,125.00

T-42: Martin Laird, -4, $28,125.00

T-45: Lucas Bjerregaard, -3, $21,825.00

T-45: Ryan Brehm, -3, $21,825.00

T-45: Roberto Castro, -3, $21,825.00

T-45: Henrik Norlander, -3, $21,825.00

T-45: Rob Oppenheim, -3, $21,825.00

T-45: D.J. Trahan, -3, $21,825.00

T-51: Braden Bailey, -2, $18,262.50

T-51: Michael Gellerman, -2, $18,262.50

T-51: Bo Hoag, -2, $18,262.50

T-51: Patrick Rodgers, -2, $18,262.50

T-55: Rich Beem, -1, $17,400.00

T-55: Mackenzie Hughes, -1, $17,400.00

T-55: John Huh, -1, $17,400.00

T-55: Ben Taylor, -1, $17,400.00

T-59: Dominic Bozzelli, E, $16,950.00

T-59: Rafael Campos, E, $16,950.00

T-61: Russell Henley, $+1, $16,500.00

T-61: J.J. Henry, +1, $16,500.00

T-61: Seamus Power, +1, $16,500.00

T-61: Chris Stroud, +1, $16,500.00

T-61: Cole Hammer, +1, Amateur

T-66: Sebastian Cappelen, +2, $15,900.00

T-66: Jeremy Gandon, +2, $15,900.00

T-66: George McNeill, +2, $15,900.00

T-66: Shawn Stefani, +2, $15,900.00

T-70: Graham DeLaet, +3, $15,375.00

T-70: Robert Garrigus, +3, $15,375.00

T-70: Chandler Phillips, +3, $15,375.00

73: J.J. Spaun, +6, $15,075.00

T-74: Joseph Bramlet, +7, $14,850.00

T-74: Nelson Ledesma,+7, $14,850.00

76: Rhein Gibson, +8, $14,625.00

77: Jim Herman, +9, $14,475.00

78: Bill Haas, +10, $14,325.00

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The 6 best #GolfWRX photos on Instagram today (10.11.19)

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In this segment, we’ll be taking a look at some of the best #GolfWRX tagged photos on Instagram. In case you aren’t already, there’s a whole load of action going on at our page, so follow us: @golfwrx

Let’s get to it then, here are six of the best #GolfWRX photos from the past 24 hours.

Beautiful custom work from SNRG D.C.

“Pumpkin Boss” from Dormie.

Maker Of Putts showcasing Royal Ashburn Golf Club in Whitby, Canada.

Behind the scenes look at Team Bettinardi at this week’s Houston Open.

PXG 0311X 1-Iron

Monster smashed headcover set from Crazy H Custom Leather.

Get hashtagging your golf posts #GolfWRX for your chance to feature in our best of Instagram posts in the future!

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