Pat Perez has some strong opinions about Tiger Woods, and he's not afraid to share them. The two-time Tour winner spoke candidly this week on SiriusXM PGA Tour Radio about the forecast for Woods’s career on the course in light of his recent withdrawal from the Dubai Desert Classic. "The bottom line is, he knows he can’t beat anybody," Perez said. If Woods doesn't play the Masters at Augusta National this year, just six weeks away, Perez thinks Woods will call it a career. "If he doesn’t play Augusta, then it’s over.
Although the bachelor thinks this is going to slow down their play, he agrees. "I lost by three strokes to Rabbi Woods." After slicing his tee shot into the woods, a golfer heads off in search of his ball, which he finds behind a large tree.
Inbee Park is making her return after a six-month absence. Inbee Park makes her return to the LPGA Tour this week, ending a six-month absence from the circuit with her first 2017 start at the Honda LPGA Thailand. Park struggled throughout 2016 with a left thumb injury that forced her to withdraw several times and shoot uncharacteristic high scores when she was able to play.