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Faldo doesn't believe Woods will catch Nicklaus
Even if Tiger Woods stays healthy into his 40s, Nick Faldo isn’t so sure he’ll someday capture major No. 19.
Faldo on Rory-Titleist split: 'I call it dangerous'
It figures to be a hot topic for months, so Nick Faldo weighed in on whether Rory McIlroy changing equipment is a good idea.
Wakeup call: Capital achievement for the Nationals
an injury question this time. (AP) GOLF Tiger Woods had a pretty good answer to the dissing he took this week from Nick Faldo and Greg Norman and Johnny Miller. (AP) Which is pretty much how Tiger's always responded to insults. (golfchannel
...as Adam Scott collpases down the stretch
round at Augusta was an 18-hole effort in futility, not just a late choke job. Starting with a six-shot lead on Nick Faldo , he had thrown it away the time he made a third straight bogey at the 11th. When his tee shot at the 12th caught the
Remember this: At the Masters, no lead is safe
round lead. With that kind of history, protecting a lead is not easy. "Not even close to easy, as we've seen," Nick Faldo said. He should know. Faldo is the only player with multiple Masters wins who has never had the lead going into the
A Masters tale
nine, to finish tied for 15th. Greg Norman knew about botched Sunday leads himself, shooting 78 in 1996 and allowing Nick Faldo to come from six strokes behind to win by five. And so he tracked down McIlroy and called him. It was great coming
Shapiro: McIlroy lets it slip
friends and family than it takes to prop up the Key Bridge. In a meltdown roughly akin to Greg Normans fold against Nick Faldo here in 1996, McIlroy, so cool and confident in forging that lead, unraveled in front of the world Sunday, his game
Which Tiger will show up?
posting a record score of 18-under 270. McIlroy said the first Masters he actually remembered was 1996 when Englands Nick Faldo prevailed. But then he quickly added and I could nearly tell you every shot Tiger hit in 97. Yeah, and every one since
Still waiting for Tiger to strike
final round in Dubai after getting within a shot of the lead after 54 holes."It's definitely more difficult now," Nick Faldo , a six-time major champion, said in a conference call Tuesday before this week's Match Play event in Tucson
Lee Westwood goes to No. 1, overtakes Woods
slump, became only the 13th player to be No. 1 since the world ranking began in 1986, and the first European since Nick Faldo in 1994. The 37-year-old Englishman is only the fourth player to get there without having won a major. For now