A quick tweet before we get started:
@Golfgods Thank you! Signed, All of Us Waiting for Epic Change, High Drama and Beautiful Golf.
Despite centuries-old habits of torture, pain and injustice, the lords of the royal and ancient game deserve a 21st century-style shout-out to accurately express our feelings after Sunday's golf.
So, to recap:
• The Honda Classic, usually a bug on the windshield of the PGA Tour's schedule, rolled out a major championship leaderboard with names like Lee Westwood, Charl Schwartzel, Keegan Bradley, Rickie Fowler and two others I'm forgetting … Oh, wait: Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy. Welcome to the party, Honda Classic.
• Tiger shot 62 on Sunday, finishing with a birdie-eagle that included one of the greatest shots of his career, a rocket to eight feet for eagle on 18. It tied his lowest Sunday score ever and put him one shot behind Rory McIlroy right as McIlroy was about to enter the Bear Trap, PGA National's dastardly stretch of the water-logged 15th,Read More »from McIlroy answers golf fans' prayers in the face of a Tiger strike