Tiger Woods is nearly unbeatable when he is tied for the lead on Sunday at a major championship. However, after watching yesterday's round, I think there three things that could allow us to witness one of the most incredible David versus Goliath upsets in golf history. If one of the players follows the criteria below, they might be the one holding the Wanamaker trophy today instead of Woods.
Tiger Woods stood with CBS reporter Bill McAtee after Saturday's round and let the world know just what kind of major championship was playing out before those in attendance and on the course.
"It honestly doesn't feel like a major," Woods said. "I mean in a major you expect that you're going to look for a lot of pars and hope to sprinkle in a couple of birdies when you can, but you just can't do that and hope to contend this week at week at Medinah with that mindset. I saw all the low scores early on, and some guys were three or four-under-par through six holes - when that kept happening I knew I had to go low."
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