Share This Story!Let friends in your social network know what you are reading aboutTiger Woods takes shot at John Daly for using cart at PGA ChampionshipTiger Woods, who once won a major while hobbling on one good leg, isn’t impressed with John Daly using a cart for PGA Championship.Post to FacebookSent!A link has been sent to your friend’s email address.Posted!A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Bill Speros, Golfweek
Published 3:14 p.m. ET May 14, 2019 | Updated 3:23 p.m. ET May 14, 2019CLOSE
Last year’s PGA Championship winner, Brooks Koepka, on what it will take for him to defend his title at Bethpage Black in New York.
USA TODAY SportsTwo days before beginning pursuit of his 16th major title, Tiger Woods came out swinging. And it wasn’t on the Bethpage Black practice range for the PGA Championship.At a news conference Tuesday, Woods was asked about John Daly’s waiver to play this week using a cart because of arthritis in his knee.”As far as JD taking a cart, well,” Woods paused. “I walked with a broken leg, so…”Woods was referring to his victory in the 2008 U.S. Open at Torrey Pines. Woods hobbled his way through four rounds and an 18-hole playoff on one good leg before finally dispatching Rocco Mediate on the first sudden-death hole.That’s 91 holes of major championship golf on one leg.LAWSUIT: Tiger Woods on wrongful death lawsuit: ‘We’re all very sad’ over employee’s deathNASTY COURSE: In cool, wet conditions, Bethpage Black will play tough, long for PGA ChampionshipTwo days after winning that 14th major, Woods had reconstructive anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) surgery on his left knee. It was his fourth surgery on the same knee and second in three months. He did not play again until the WGC-Match Play event in February 2009.Daly won the PGA Championship in 1991.”I hope I don’t get a lot of grief from the fans,” Daly told The Associated Press last week. “My knee is screwed. I had the meniscus cut out. I have osteoarthritis so bad … I can walk up a hill, I just can’t walk down one.”“I walked with a broken leg.”Friendly reminder @TigerWoods is as tough as they come. #PGAChamppic.twitter.com/01wyfhQWEa— PGA of America (@PGA) May 14, 2019AutoplayShow ThumbnailsShow CaptionsLast SlideNext Slide