So much for the prelims. The Grand Slam is the ultimate prize, and Tiger knows it.
We can think of 155 others who should've headed to the B.C. Open with Brad Faxon.
Who's won three of four majors, clinched the Hall of Fame and has a last name starting with W?
?For Your Eyes Only
The optometrist, Dr. Gil, slips into the winner's circle when no one's looking.
If Woods maintains his current pace (21 Tour victories in 84 starts), he'll break Sam Snead's alltime mark of 81 wins in 2012, when he's 36. Tiger's also on track to win a record 19th major in 2015....
More Woods: He won the British by eight strokes with a 19-under 269, the lowest score ever, in relation to par, in a major. He is the first person since Jack Nicklaus, in '72, to be the reigning champ in three majors. In completing the career Grand Slam, Tiger had an average margin of victory of nine shots. (Nicklaus won by 2.4 strokes in his 18 majors.)....
Ernie Els, who tied for second at St. Andrews with Thomas Bj�rn, is the first player to be the runner-up in three straight majors in the same season....
After failing to qualify for the British Open on July 17, Faxon flew from Scotland to Endicott, N.Y., where he became the first repeat winner in the B.C. Open's 28-year history. Faxon shot an 18-under 270 at En-Joie Golf Course for a one-shot victory over Esteban Toledo.