A TALE OF TWO TIGERS
This is an article from the July 23, 2012 issue
This season Tiger Woods has been both brilliant (winning the AT&T National on July 1) and awful (missing the cut at The Greenbrier Classic a week later). Which Tiger will show up at this week's British Open? Go to GOLF.com for complete tournament coverage, including ...
Daily Buzz: Golf experts Alan Shipnuck, Michael Bamberger, Cameron Morfit and Alan Bastable give their sharp takes on play at the Open each round.
Hot Shots: The day's most arresting images plus a gallery of British Open style through the years.
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THE FORTUNATE 50
For the first time since SI.com began publishing its list of the 50 highest-earning U.S. athletes, in 2004, Tiger Woods is not No. 1. The new leader (for now) is Floyd Mayweather Jr., who was unranked a year ago but scored two huge pay-per-view paychecks to earn $85 million—without a single endorsement. Go to SI.com to see which of your favorite athletes made this year's list.