US Open 2020: Tiger Woods says Winged Foot among world’s 3 hardest courses

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Tiger Woods won a US Open in 2000, 2002 and 2008

Tiger Woods ranks Winged Foot as one of a 3 hardest courses in a universe as he prepares for this week’s US Open.

The championship is creation a fifth revisit to a New York course, usually once has a winning measure been underneath par.

“It’s adult there subsequent to Oakmont and Carnoustie as distant as perfect problem though doing anything to it,” pronounced Woods, a three-time US Open champion.

Woods missed his initial cut in a vital as a veteran when Winged Foot final staged a US Open in 2006.

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It came a month after a genocide of his father, Earl, and while he refused to use that as an forgive 14 years ago, he conceded on Tuesday that he had not been entirely prepared.

“When we didn’t win a Masters that year, that was unequivocally tough to take since that was a final eventuality my father was ever going to watch me play,” pronounced a 44-year-old.

“He upheld not too prolonged after that and, utterly frankly, when we got prepared for this event, we didn’t unequivocally put in a time. we didn’t unequivocally put in a practice, and hence missed a cut flattering easily.”

Woods finished on 12 over after his dual rounds in 2006. Australian Geoff Ogilvy eventually won a contest on 5 over.

“The winning scores have never been low. we don’t see that changing this week,” he said.

“The golf march is going to be hard. It depends on how formidable they wish to set adult these pins, give us a possibility during it. But with a forecast, it’s going to be formidable no matter what.”

Woods will be assimilated by associate Americans Justin Thomas and Collin Morikawa on a initial dual days in New York.

Morikawa was usually 9 in 2006 though arrives during a Mamaroneck venue as a vital champion, carrying won a US PGA Championship final month.

“I consider walking here as a vital champion, we have a clarity of meaningful how to get things done,” pronounced a 23-year-old.

“Yes, I’ve usually finished it once, though I’ve finished it. You only wish more. You get that small ambience of what it’s like, and we know because guys symbol in their calendars a vital championships for a year.

“I’m not waking adult each day realising, ‘yeah, I’m a vital champion’. I’m realising we’re during a US Open, let’s go win another tournament.”

World series dual Jon Rahm, who hopes to turn a initial Spanish leader of a major, has likely another winning measure over standard if organisation conditions overcome this week.

“I would contend in a past maybe this form of golf wasn’t my bread and butter, though formed on a dual events I’ve won this year, I’m flattering most ready,” pronounced Rahm, who won this year’s Memorial Tournament and BMW Championship.

“I’ve always suspicion US Open is a form of golf march we can win on. we know my diversion can win on any golf course, though when you’re personification good it becomes a mental challenge, so we acquire those.

“Plus, I’m not going to lie, there’s always something additional special to be presumably a initial Spanish actor to win a US Open. That would be amazing. So it’s a bit of an additional proclivity there to play good this week and do what we have to do.”

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