Stephen Ames doesn't take long to fizzle in the PGA Championship
TULSA, Okla. - Stephen Ames, who admitted he didn’t know how long he could hold up to the pressure of playing with Tiger Woods in the final round of a major, didn’t take long to show his nerves at the 89th PGA Championship.
Ames has bogeyed the first two holes, to fall four shots behind Woods, allowing Woody Austin to take second place, two strokes behind the leader.
Ames started off with a pull off the tee in the rough, and then hit into the bunker on No. 2.
Woods himself bogeyed the second hole, and is two shots ahead of Austin.
Ames has gone to great lengths to play down his comments about Woods in the 2006 Accenture Match Play, but persistent questions about the incident have clearly rattled him.
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Monday morning, his he crazy? please help me
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