The Links: Graeme McDowell describes watching Tiger Woods
Tiger Woods talks about how much it hurt to lose the Masters, Robert Garrigus is awesome and Ben Crane talks about his bracket.
He hits in the left rough off the tee,” McDowell said of Woods’ drive on 18 that Sunday. “Hits a 6 iron to about 15 feet and makes the putt. That was kind of one of the first shots I'd ever seen him hit kind of in the flesh. … I think I was still an amateur or whatever, and I was just here visiting some friends. We came across the tournament and drank a couple cold beers and watched Tiger hit an amazing shot to the last. That was my first experience.” (Golf Channel)
Tiger Woods' short game is really good now. (ESPN)
Hmmm ... Farrell Evans said the Ryder Cup team should be put together entirely based on standings. (ESPN)
Woods talks about how much it hurt to lose the '06 Masters. (Golf Channel)
Arnold Palmer said the loudest cheers that he has ever heard came on No. 16 at Augusta. (GolfWeek)
This headline is probably an understatement. (AP)
Tiger's boat next to Elin Nordegren's boyfriend's boat. (Golf.com)
This is great: a boy said he has been dreaming of qualifying for a European Tour event since he was a boy. (Geoff Shackelford)
Arnold Palmer gets behind the proposed anchored putter ban. (AP)
Oh, the Augusta sock. I want one. (GolfDigest)
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Reminder: Don't bother bragging about your tourney picks. Your bracket will be beat by someone who chose Final 4 based on favorite mascot— Ben Crane (@bencranegolf) March 21, 2013
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