Tiger Woods Reflects on His U.S. Open History That Pre-Dates His Competition – Reports

Tiger Woods Reflects on His U.S. Open History That Pre-Dates His Competition

MAMARONECK, N.Y. — It has been 20 years since Tiger Woods won his first United States Open by 15 strokes, which remains the largest margin of victory in the event. Two years later, golf’s leaders sought a new populism embodied by Woods, who learned the game on a municipal golf course. For the first time, America’s golf championship was contested at a public-owned facility, Bethpage Black in a New York state park. Woods won again.

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It has been 12 years since Woods last won the U.S. Open,…

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