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10 May 2018, 11:09 | Tracey Rhodes
Throw in a resurgent Tiger Woods-back at the Players for the first time since 2015 and playing alongside Phil Mickelson-and you have a tournament that, according to Jordan Spieth, is "harder to win than a major", per Mike McAllister of the PGA Tour.
He used just 11 strokes in the last four holes to force a play-off, then saw off Garcia and Kevin Kisner to clinch a stunning victory. "I like that he shapes a lot of shots, he loves the draw shots but his best shot is probably the fade", said Cowen.
Dustin Johnson has never finished better than a tie for 12th. "But coming in here, I kind of feel like I'm free-wheeling". "Not just the pairings, but just about things in general".
"The first year I played here I nearly won it and so I just kind of assumed that it would come easy to me". Those six all have something Fowler is still chasing: A major. "But I have learnt to play the course better and reined myself in on some tee shots...."
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Having missed a huge chance to open the scoring in the first leg, Mane recovered well to help fire Liverpool into the final. The Reds lost 4-2 in the second leg in the Italian capital but still advanced to face Real Madrid in Kiev on 26 May.
"But there was that part of it, too, because I think I lost a little bit of confidence in my game because I didn't have the usual weapon that I usually have is get the ball up-and-down, even when I'm scrambling around, in amongst the personal stuff that I had. It was really this event that was the sign of big golf starting for the year and I think that'll happen when it goes back to March".
It pains us to pick Poulter, but this lingering thorn in our Ryder Cup side has been in fine form of late, with a win in Houston, a solid showing at the Match Play and a T7 at Harbour Town. A three-time victor of the Claret Jug, he has not contested the game's oldest major since 2015 because of injury.
McIlroy, 29, believes he has overcome initial difficulties with the Sawgrass set-up that saw him miss the cut in his first three visits. "There is no added thing that any other tournament brings that this tournament doesn't have".
As for the Players, Spieth is hoping to capture the same kind of attention that he has when it comes to majors.
The trio are one of the featured groups for the tournament at Sawgrass, though Fowler understands he will not be the focus of attention during Thursday and Friday. "Pretty much anyone in the field, if they play well that week, they're going to win". If only the same could be said of McIlroy, who has turned into a real Jekyll and Hyde on the greens.
"Ever since I was a kid, even more so than like Major championships, I always held number one, as many of you know, above those for some reason". It proved how Rose, three years from his 40th birthday, is playing the game still because he loves it and he wants to win.
To celebrate the release of Rosland Capital's second series PGA TOUR coin collection, Vegas will use a 1.5-oz gold specimen coin minted by Swiss-based PAMP SA as his marker throughout the tournament. His only win since came at the 2017 Honda Classic.
He tied for fifth last Sunday at the Wells Fargo Championship in Charlotte. Pretending the Tour works that way only furthers what we as media and fans are already guilty of - whittling down the field of wildly talented players to a short list.
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