by Mike Livingston; Co-Host, The CaddyShack Radio Show
Well is he back or isn’t he?? It seems as though the pundits will have an opinion either way (they’re pundits after all) but the Tiger Woods we saw this past weekend at the AT&T invitational, a tournament Tiger hosts at Congressional Country Club in our Nation’s capitol, sure looked like the Tiger of old.
Maybe it just took another familiar venue Tiger to make another trip to the winner’s circle this week, which was his third of the season and the 74th of his storied career which jumped him into second place all by his lonesome in terms of career PGA Tour wins, having distanced himself now from the great Jack Nicklaus and trailing only Gene Slammin’ Sammy Snead with 81 tour victories. Tiger knows Congressional well, having won here several times previously and he played well all week, dominating a solid field that included the likes of Hunter Mahan, Stewart Cink, Adam Scott, Jason Day & Kyle Stanley.
The Champions Tour took to the fairways of the Fox Chapel Golf Club for their third major this past weekend, The Constellation Players Championship. When the dust settled there it was Tour Rookie Joe Daley with his inaugural win, outlasting the likes of big names like Mark (don’t-call-me-late-for-dinner) Calcavecchia, Tom Lehman, Freddie Couples, former Dez-rez Kirk Triplett and Caddyshack-fave, Olin Browne. That’s a nice paycheck for Daley who was a journeyman on the PGA Tour for years and looks to make a bigger splash with the older guys this summer.
As far as local golf is concerned, we hope you are following the few, simple Caddyshack rules if you’re out there enjoying summer golf in the desert……..hydrate and “don’t burn, re-apply at the turn”. We’re serious about our golf and hope you are too! We’ll be looking for you on The Caddy Shack Radio Show every Saturday morning from 6-8 a.m. on KNEWS 94.3 FM……Fore!
Mike Livingston is the Co-Host of The Caddy Shack Radio Show on KNEWS 94.3 FM on Saturday Mornings from 6:00-8:00 a.m.; Additionally, Mike is the Director of Management for Personalized Property Management Company, in Cathedral City.

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