Worms, not Arnold Palmer, have Tiger Woods peeved
Now Tiger Woods has experienced it first-hand. He isn’t happy.
“They are not very good,” Woods told the media after the tournament’s pro-am on Wednesday. “It’s going to be an interesting week on them. You’re going to see a lot of guys hit good putts and they’re going to go weird ways, unfortunately. “
But, in typical Woods fashion, he isn’t planning on using the nematode-infected greens as an excuse as he goes after his sixth straight win.
“We’ve all got to deal with it,” he said. “We’ve all got to putt on them and you just have to accept hitting good putts and that they may not go in.
Expect a greal deal of whining from other pros.
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