The first positive coronavirus diagnosis on the PGA Tour has brought with it a host of complicated questions, including what precisely led a player who tested negative earlier in the week to request a subsequent test Friday morning.
One thing about a pandemic in the digital age is there’s no shortage of information. It’s the good information that has been more elusive, and that extends to our understanding of the coronavirus in a golf setting.
Woods has never won a Major coming from behind, and given his narrow four-stroke deficit heading into the final round of the PGA Championship at Bellerive, it’s worth looking at the times he’s at least come close.
As golf milestones go, both carry plenty of cachet. To break 80 or get down to a single-digit handicap is to announce you’ve graduated from the legion of hit-and-hopers to someone who actually has a clue on the golf course. But which is the actual bigger deal?