KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) Defending champion Justin Thomas endured a terrible start to the third round of the CIMB Classic after the American faltered with three bogeys and a double bogey to finish with a 1-under 71 Saturday. Thomas was swiftly overtaken by Anirban Lahiri, who shone at the TPC Kuala Lumpur with nine birdies for a 65 to open up a four-shot lead going into the final round on Sunday. Thomas had two bogeys and a double bogey in the first three holes of the back nine.
Appearing on the The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Thursday night, Woods talked about his golf game, Arnold Palmer, playing golf with presidents, Donald Trump and more. Due to his back surgeries and recovery process, Woods told Colbert he wasn't able to practice as much as he wanted to on the golf course. "So I applied my same intensity and my craft and my focus to Call of Duty.
WNBA admits officials missed a crucial call For the second time in a week during the WNBA Finals, the league acknowledged a late officiating mistake. The WNBA said the officials missed a shot clock violation in the deciding Game 5 on Thursday night in which the Los Angeles Sparks beat the defending champion Minnesota Lynx 77-76. “After reviewing postgame video, we have determined that Nneka Ogwumike’s shot with 1:14 remaining in regulation time should not have counted due to a shot-clock violation, and that the referees improperly failed to review the play under the instant replay rules,” Renee Brown, WNBA chief of basketball operations and player relations, said in a statement Friday. Ogwumike’s