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Presidents Cup -Woods And Williams In Lethal Stare Down?

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Columbus, Ohio…Story By Michael Goins… If you are looking for a storyline for the Presidents Cup this week, that’s easy. The storyline of the 2013 Presidents Cup thus far has been Mother Nature. Not only has she dominated play, but she has also made a few show stopping moves. Play has been stopped twice to allow “Mother” to do her thing.

On the course, if you are looking for a star on the American side, you’ve got several too choose from. The team of Tiger Woods and Matt Kuchar remain undefeated at of the end of Day 3. They increased their record to 3-0 this week, with a 1-up victory against Adam Scott and Hideki Matsuyama.

On a sidenote. Totally subject to maybe a vivid imagination on my part;  In figure A, below, our cameras caught what appeared to be what we are calling a “Tight Lies” stare down from Woods former caddie Steve Williams. Woods chose to not acknowledge Williams and that can be interpreted to “focus” from Woods or a “please don’t bother me, son”….. Even though the camera angle shows a stare down between the two, Tiger did not engage Williams. In fact Woods was focused on Matsuyama, Adam Scott’s playing partner as he  hit his 2nd putt (Stroke #4) in the hole for a Par….

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Williams didn’t let up, as he doubled down on the stare as he crossed Tigers field of vision. See Figure B. After the end of the stare down, Williams gave what appeared to be a wylie smile, which could mean anything. Again, Tiger chose not to engage.

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The hole was halved, but Kuchar and Woods won the match 1up. The team of Mickelson/Bradley have also been extremely successful. Although we haven’t gotten the blowout American win some where predicting, things look good for the American’s to this point

 

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