When it comes to Tiger Woods these days, everybody’s a critic. Just a week after Colin Montgomerie (zero career major titles) told Golf.com he wouldn’t trade his career for Woods’ (14 major titles), the No. 67 golfer in the world ripped into Woods during a SiriusXM radio interview. Pat Perez, who has spent 683 fewer weeks at No. 1 than Woods, went on the SiriusXM PGA Tour Radio show “Out of Bounds” and accused Woods of continuing to play only to keep his sponsorship deals. “He knows he can’t beat anybody,” Perez said. “He’s got this new corporation that he started, so he has to keep his name relevant to keep the corporation going. So he’s going to show up to a few events. He’s going to try to
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.
Want to break the Guinness World Record for longest putt? Well, you’re going to now have to beat this: The new record is 395 feet (or 120.6 meters) and the new record holder is Australian Brett Stanford, who is part of the Perth-based YouTube trick-shot group, How Ridiculous.