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“Of Course” Tiger Woods Can Win PGA Championship, He Says So Himself

The PGA Championship is this week! That’s right, major championship golf is back and considering all four majors should have already taken place, I am fired up.

So, I tuned in to Tiger’s media presser, like I always do, to see how things are going with Big Cat since he did not play last week in the WGC-FedEx St. Jude.

Two things stuck out to me:

The last question Tiger was asked was, “What chances do you give yourself this week? Can you win this week?”

Tiger’s answer?

“Of course.”

That’s the confidence I love to hear!

LET’S GO!

Then in a funny moment, Tiger had a little trouble exiting stage left…then stage right…then left again.

This is still weird for all of us, but the PGA Tour has done an exceptional job of not only keeping politics out of the sport but also handling COVID testing and cases. The PGA Championship will feel different without fans, but it is still going to be exceptional TV.

Tiger will tee off with Rory McIlroy and Justin Thomas at 11:33 a.m. ET on Thursday.

Written by Michael Shamburger

Michael has 11+ years covering golf and college football. He's walked alongside Tiger, bleeds Purple and Gold, and is thankful for Joe Burrow! DBAP

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  1. Yay!!! Golf Is Back!!! Sort of.

    The celebrity golf deal with Brady and Manning and Mickelson May have saved us all from boredom that weekend.

    It was obvious To me, that Tiger and Phill either hate each other or they are still so competitive and in that mode, that being friendly isn’t an option.

    Too hot to play after 9am or before 7pm in St Pete … thanking God for the invention of AC by Mr Carrier.

  2. Yep, PGA has it right! No politics. Nada! The only bummer is having to be lectured during a commercial but, I just mute it. The St. Jude was great. Seeing the kids design the shoes and do cold studio analysis was just what is needed. I hope Tiger is there on moving day.

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