Greg Cote

March 10, 2013 12:01 AM

Greg Cote: Tiger Woods’ play a warning to the rest of the PGA

The distractions challenging professional golfers at Doral might fairly be characterized as somewhat unusual. I have in mind jet engines, a bull languidly munching Bermuda grass on a fairway and, of course, gunfire.

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