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Northwest Florida’s “Emerald Coast” provides popular golf destinations including Perdido Key, Pensacola, Destin, Beaches of South Walton, and Panama City Beach. Learn more about Florida golf courses. The Alabama Gulf Coast has a wide selection of Golf Digests’ top rated courses to choose from. Learn more about Alabama golf courses. The Missisippi “Golf Coast” boasts more than a dozen top rated courses including several signature designed properties created by Nicklaus, Palmer, Pate, Love, and Fazio. Learn more about Mississippi golf courses. In Louisiana, the Audubon Golf Trail includes sixteen of the state’s top courses, along with multiple course options. Learn more about Louisiana golf courses.
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The spectators who swarmed Tiger Woods and shouted his name as the closing moments unfolded on the final day of the Tour Championship were but another reminder of the golfer’s immense popularity and the cool redemption story that unfolded for the 14-time major champion in 2018.
That he won the PGA Tour’s season-ending tournament and capped a remarkable return to competitive golf with his 80th PGA Tour victory is simply magical stuff.
While two of the year’s major championship winners, Patrick Reed and Brooks Koepka, finished near the bottom of the leaderboard – with longtime nemesis and now made-for-TV-foe Phil Mickelson finishing dead last – Woods bolted to the top of the leaderboard during the first round with a 65, remained tied through 36 holes, then forged ahead during the third round, never to be matched again.
Along the way, he played with and better than Tommy Fleetwowod, Rickie Fowler, Justin Rose – who would go on to win the FedEx Cup title and get to No. 1 in the world – and Rory McIlroy.