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Golf Australia Express : Issue 6
THE82ND PGA Championship exhibited one of golf’s greatest showdowns. The Valhalla layout was the stage for a closing act often scripted but rarely played out. Playing together in the final round, Woods and May put on an electrifying performance. May tested Woods like no one else had in majors to that point. The fireworks began on the back nine. Both men came home in just 31 shots and their efforts at the 72nd hole befitted the moment. May holed an unlikely 18- foot birdie from the fringe. Woods then had to hole a tricky 8-footer to send the match into a playoff. He did. The putt curled into the left side of the hole and Woods completed his act with his trademark roar and punch of the fist. The final scene would be just as captivating. On the first playoff hole, Woods tracked his 25-foot birdie putt trotting after it and pointing at the ball as it dropped for birdie. It would prove to be the decider as he maintained this one-shot advantage throughout the three-hole encore. Ah, Tiger Woods. Whatever happened to that guy? THE SHOWDOWN Tiger Woods vs Bob May, 2000 PGA Championship Valhalla Golf Club, Kentucky LIST THE