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The trailer for HBO’s new Tiger Woods documentary will give you goosebumps

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The trailer for the much anticipated two-part HBO Tiger Woods documentary has dropped, and it’s sure to get every golf fan’s juices flowing.

The two-part series simply entitled ‘Tiger’ airs on HBO on January 10 and 17 at 9 pm. The series features the likes of Steve Williams, Sir Nick Faldo, Tiger’s high school girlfriend, and one of the highest-profile mistresses from Woods’ 2009 sex scandal, Rachel Uchitel.

Check out the trailer below.

The series will chart the rise, fall, and rise again of the 15-time major champion, with the narrative from the documentary driven from Armen Keteyian and Jeff Benedict’s No. 1 best-selling book ‘Tiger Woods.’

Here’s what some of our forum members have been saying about the trailer:

  • bscinstinct: “‘The problem with conquering the world is that the world is going to want it’s revenge’ Haha! Looks pretty good.”
  • iBanesto: “What goes up must come down…Should be good.”
  • MustardTiger: “This looks pretty good, but I haven’t had HBO since they ran Band of Brothers. 
  • Matty0984: “This should definitely be a good watch. Definitely cashing in on some of the Last Dance hype by having another GOAT documentary but if it is half as a good as Last Dance, then it will still be good.”

Have your say on the trailer in our forums here.

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Gianni is the Assistant Editor at GolfWRX. He can be contacted at [email protected] Follow him on Twitter @giannimosquito

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  1. dave

    Dec 30, 2020 at 5:08 am

    just watched the prelude to this coming out soon. my take is we, us, all of us, put too much pressure on these sportsmen, politicians, actors etc. i wish we could leave them alone to walk the streets in their time off but we don’t. its a high price they pay for their wealth. they didn’t ask for the adulation and i guess its hard to know where the fine line is. i wonder if Tiger believes it was all worthwhile ? we may never know.

  2. Simms

    Dec 26, 2020 at 7:54 pm

    Tiger, I think I will try and make a living playing golf Dad. 35 years later and millions in the bank…true success story…..could have been a box box at Safeway and said I think I will try and make a living in the Grocery Business and today a store Manager with thousands in the bank….a true success story.

  3. Ben

    Dec 26, 2020 at 6:55 pm

    No bumped were goosed.

  4. Dave

    Dec 24, 2020 at 10:38 pm

    He is an amazing story, no doubt. I started playing when he hit the PGA and he was certainly an influence. But, after his fall from grace I thought, “…proves a person can be very special in a sport and mediocre in the rest of their life.” Then, he came back after all that and won the Masters while seemingly keeping his personal life out of the headlines. His comeback is truly amazing… I can’t help but hope the best for him.

  5. Greg

    Dec 24, 2020 at 12:49 pm

    Are you not entertained? Such a shallow world.

  6. Edwin M Michnowicz

    Dec 24, 2020 at 10:31 am

    No athlete will ever eqaul Tiger’s game nor influence on many aspects of society. He turned golf into a sport with his athletic prowness, and fueled o golf’s expanson. Perhaps the greatest athlete of his time. His fall proved he was human, but his recovery to win the Masters is unprecedented in all of sports. Now he has tuned his son Charlie like Tiger’s his father prepared him to be headed for greatness. Never a dull moment with Tiger. That is why many turn to sport or to golf to live out our dreams of being the best or the effort in trying to achieve this.

    • Harvey Pappas

      Dec 25, 2020 at 10:27 am

      No athlete ever? C’mon man…Let’s relax on greatest athlete of all time here. He’s certainly one of the best golfers of all time, and he definitely changed golf. His most recent major victory was epic within the realm of golf, and even trickled outside the game.
      However there are lots of better athletes than Tiger. However not many better golfers ever if any. He’s GOAT within his profession.

  7. James

    Dec 23, 2020 at 6:58 pm

    So many films on his “rise and fall”.

    Beat to death. I love Tiger. Big fan. But damn, we need more Golf gods in our generation

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Report: Brooks Koepka splits with swing coach Claude Harmon III

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Brooks Koepka has split with his swing coach Claude Harmon III, bringing to an end their successful 8 year relationship.

GolfWeek broke the news, with the swing instructor revealing in an interview with the publication that he and Brooks were no longer working together.

Per the report, Harmon told GolfWeek that the two parted ways two months ago, three days after the Masters in November: “I was informed on the Wednesday after the Masters that he wanted to go in a different direction.”

Harmon was informed of the split in a face-to-face meeting in Florida, and reached by GolfWeek by text, Koepka told the publication:

“I love Claude, we had a great run, and he’s still family to me, but unfortunately we’re not working together anymore”

Harmon helped Koepka win 4 major championships and reach the World Number One ranking in their time together.

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Is this the strangest putting stroke ever seen on the PGA Tour?

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When it comes to putting, we all have our own little quirks and techniques, but during The American Express, one golfer took it to the next level displaying the oddest putting stroke you’ll see for some time.

Mark Hubbard was on his final hole during the second round of the event and knew that he was heading home from the event – comfortably missing the cut.

With that freedom in mind, Hubbard decided to have some fun and faced with a 10-foot putt for par, the 31-year-old hunched over – after doing an Elvis style little move – and placed his pinky just above the hosel.

Check out the bizarre moment here.

Hubbard missed the putt, and it was a moment that had golf fans on the Twittersphere truly baffled.


 

This is not a putting stroke I can see catching on!

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How much each player won at the 2021 American Express

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Si-Woo Kim finished strong on Sunday to snatch victory at The American Express, and along with his third title on tour, the Korean takes home $1.2 million in prize money. Patrick Cantlay came up just short despite an incredible fourth-round run, and for his efforts, the 28-year-old earned $730,300.

With a total prize purse of $6.7 million up for grabs, here’s a look at how much each player who made the cut earned at the 2021 American Express.

1: Si Woo Kim, -23, $1,206,000

2: Patrick Cantlay, -22, $730,300

3: Cameron Davis, -21, $462,300

4: Tony Finau, -19, $328,300

T-5: Abraham Ancer, -15, $247,900

T-5: Michael Thompson, -15, $247,900

T-5: Doug Ghim, -15, $247,900

T-8: Ben An, -14, $189,275

T-8: Paul Casey, -14, $189,275

T-8: Francesco Molinari, -14, $189,275

T-8: Brian Harman, -14, $189,275

T-12: Henrik Norlander, -13, $137,350

T-12: Rory Sabbatini, -13, $137,350

T-12: Sungjae Im, -13, $137,350

T-12: Chase Seiffert, -13, $137,350

T-16: Bo Hoag, -12, $102,175

T-16: Chris Kirk, -12, $102,175

T-16: Ryan Armour, -12, $102,175

T-16: Gary Woodland, -12, $102,175

T-16: Russell Knox, -12, $102,175

T-21: Kramer Hickok, -11, $58,625

T-21: Branden Steele, -11, $58,625

T-21: Rickie Fowler, -11, $58,625

T-21: John Huh, -11, $58,625

T-21: Brandon Hagy, -11, $58,625

T-21: Andrew Putnam, -11, $58,625

T-21: Luke List, -11, $58,625

T-21: Talor Gooch, -11, $58,625

T-21: Matt Jones, -11, $58,625

T-21: Richy Werenski, -11, , $58,625

T-21: Max Homa, -11, $58,625

T-32: Kyle Stanley, -10, $38,257

T-32: James Hahn, -10, $38,256

T-32: Kyoung-Hoon Lee, -10, $38,257

T-32: Auastin Cook, -10, $38,257

T-32: Adam Hadwin, -10, $38,190

T-37: Bronson Burgoon, -9, $31,257

T-37: Adam Schenk, -9, $31,257

T-37: Emiliano Grillo, -9, $31,257

T-40: Josh Teater, -8, $25,125

T-40: Alex Noren, -8, $25,125

T-40: Jamie Lovemark, -8, $25,125

T-40: Rhein Gibson, -8, $25,125

T-40: Matthew Wolff, -8, $25,125

T-40: Roger Sloan, -8, $25,125

T-40: Tyler McCumber, -8, $25,125

T-47: Nick Taylor, -7, $17,777.34

T-47: Rob Oppenheim, -7, $17,777.34

T-47: Sam Ryder, -7, $17,777.33

T-47: Martin Laird, -7, $17,777.33

T-47: Brian Stuard, -7, $17,777.33

T-47: Harry Hall, -7, $17,777.33

53: Patton Kizzire, -6, $16,147

T-54: Charl Schwartzel, -5, $15,812

T-54: Wyndham Clark, -5, $15,812

T-56: Ben Martin, -4, $15,410

T-56: Tyler Duncan, -4, $15,410

T-56: Cameron Tringale, -4, $15,410

T-56: Erik van Rooyen, -4, $15,410

T-60: Jimmy Walker, -3, $15,008

T-60: Vaughn Taylor, -3, $15,008

T-62: Hank Lebioda, -2, $14,740

T-62: Zach Johnson, -2, $14,740

T-64: Andrew Landry, -1, $14,338

T-64: David Hearn, -1, $14,338

T-64: Will Gordon, -1, $14,338

T-64: Sebastian Cappelen, -1, $14,338

68: Nelson Ledesma, E, $14,003

69: Adam Long, +1, $13,869

70: Doc Redman, +2, $13,735

71: Maverick McNealy, +3, $13,601

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