Skins Game at Memorial
Despite the wet weather, crowds came out to watch Jack Nicklaus paired with Tiger Woods in the Wednesday Skins Game at the Memorial tournament.
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"I don't care if I'm playing against my wife, my competitive juices flow. That's just me," Nicklaus said after the round. "But I know what my game is. There's no way I can compete with these guys. Put me on the front tees, and I can compete, but not back where we played."
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After no one won the final hole the game went to a chip-off, which Tiger won as he holed his chip. He won $37,000 in total, which was donated to the First Tee program.
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The 69-year-old Nicklaus made a birdie on the 11th. "You know, guys, these par 5s are my meat," Nicklaus said.
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Stewart Cink, left, and Kenny Perry also played with Nicklaus and Tiger.
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"That was nice. It was a nice way to end it," Woods said of his chip.
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Perry didn't win any skins; Cink won $5,000.
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