Chip Shots: Golf News For Tuesday November 28, 2017

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Justin Thomas walked away with the richest payoff in golf when he was runner-up at the Tour Championship and captured the FedEx Cup. With the $10 million bonus, he made $10,945,000 that day. And then he forgot all about it.

Tuesday at the Hero World Challenge marked the first time Tiger Woods has sat down with the assembled media since his DUI arrest in South Florida back on Memorial Day

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Tiger Woods says he is on the “other side” of too many years relying on pain medication to cope with his back surgeries, which led to his arrest on a DUI charge six months ago that he attributed to a bad mix of prescription drugs. “I’m loving life now,” he said Tuesday.

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Peyton Manning Hits Hole-In-One At Colorado Golf Course.  Manning reportedly used a 5 iron to dominate the 196-yard 12th hole, which is now just another feat to add to his list of accolades. 

NBC’s Golf Channel parts ways with ex-ESPNer Adam Hertzog. Hertzog was hired by Golf Channel in 2013 to lead the network’s news department. He oversaw the network’s daily news programs, including “Morning Drive,” “Golf Central” and the “Live From” franchise airing from major golf tournaments worldwide.

Golf lover Adam Levine voices displeasure with digs next to LA Country Club.

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Tiger Woods-

“But this surgery was, as you said, it was about quality of life because I didn’t really have much. I’ve been in bed for about two years and hadn’t been able to do much. I wasn’t — people ask me, why don’t you go out to dinner? I can’t, I can’t sit.

So to be able to have the ability to go out and do things like that, and on top of that to be able to participate in my kids’ sports again. As you know, I love sports, I like playing sports and I grew up doing it, so to be able to play with them again, man, I’ve missed it.”

Tiger Woods-

“Yeah, I mean, I was trying to go away from the pain and I was trying to — trying to sleep, which I hadn’t done in a very long time because of the things I’ve been dealing with. So as my back improved, I’ve be been able to start sleeping again because I don’t have the nerve pain going down my leg, I don’t have my leg twitching all over the place, I don’t have these issues anymore. So yeah, I’m loving live now.”

Justin Thomas-

“Yeah, the season obviously was a great one. It’s not anything you kind of go into the year expecting to win a certain amount of times or win my first major or do this or that, but I felt like I had that in me, I was capable of doing it and it was nice to see all the hard work that everyone on my team had been doing pay off. So I just feel like I got a lot of confidence from this year and hopefully can kind of build on that and use the rest of this offseason to my advantage and then have a hopefully solid week this week and start off again in Hawaii.”

 

Final LPGA Q-School in current form ends this week. 

 

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