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Monday, October 1, 2012

Tiger goes winless -- and irrelevant

How totally disappointing.

Tiger goes winless -- and irrelevant -- at Ryder Cup | Detroit Free Press |

"Finally, there was the ultimate ignominy of the 18th hole Sunday. After Kaymer's putt allowed Europe to retain the Cup, all Tiger had to do was par the 18th hole to ensure that he would win his match, meaning the competition would officially end in a tie, 14-14. He couldn't even do that. Tiger completely missed the hole on his four-foot par putt, allowing Molinari to win the hole and halve the match, and Europe to actually win the Cup, 14 1/2 to 13 1/2.

"After that all went down, my putt was useless," Woods said. "It was inconsequential. So I hit it too quick, and gave him his putt, and it was already over."

That 18th hole served as a fitting metaphor for Woods' long weekend: No victories. Little intensity. And perhaps worst of all, totally irrelevant."

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