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Tiger Time

July 01, 2002
July 01, 2002

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July 1, 2002

Tiger Time

Edited by Albert Kim and Kostya Kennedy

IN THE BEGINNING Tiger Woods made his pro debut at the Greater
Milwaukee Open on Aug. 29, 1996. That day he shot a 67, but at
the end of the first round he trailed leader Nolan Henke by five
strokes. Woods finished the tournament at seven under par, tied
for 60th. Who won the event?

This is an article from the July 1, 2002 issue Original Layout

a. Mark Calcavecchia c. Jesper Parnevik
b. Jay Haas d. Loren Roberts

TIGER TAMER Woods is deadly when he has a lead. But in his rookie
season he was leading the Quad City Classic by a stroke after the
third round when he shot a 72 on Sunday to finish tied for fifth.
That is the only PGA Tour event that Woods lost after entering
the final round alone atop the leader board. Who came from behind
to win that tournament?

THIS WEEK'S MATCHUP Woods took home $1.08 million for winning the
2001 Players Championship, his largest PGA payday. Pair these
other golfers with their largest single-event paychecks.

1. Jack Nicklaus a. $414,000
2. Arnold Palmer b. $50,000
3. Notah Begay III c. $144,000
4. Tom Watson d. $540,000

CALL TO ORDER Place these golfers in order of the career-best
round for each player in a PGA Tour event.

a. David Duval c. Mark O'Meara
b. Davis Love III d. Tiger Woods

ANSWERS

IN THE BEGINNING: d. Loren Roberts birdied the first hole of a
sudden-death playoff to beat Jerry Kelly for the '96 Greater
Milwaukee Open title. Roberts finished 12 strokes ahead of Woods.

TIGER TAMER: Veteran Ed Fiori shot a 67 in the final round and
won the Quad City Classic by two strokes. It was Fiori's fourth
Tour win but his first in nearly 15 years.

THIS WEEK'S MATCHUP: 1. c; 2. b; 3. d; 4. a

CALL TO ORDER: 1. Duval (59); 2. Love (60); 3. Woods (61); 4.
O'Meara (62)