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The Quail Hollow Championship 2010 has begun, and normally people would care about the game of golf. There is an incredible amount of attention concerning Tiger Woods, but Tiger isn’t in the top ten on the leader board; he is not even close. The winner gets over $ 1.5 million in payday cash, nothing to sneeze at.

2010 – Quail Hollow Championship

It didn’t used to be called the Quail Hollow Championship. It used to be the Wachovia Championship, but was changed after Wells Fargo bought Wachovia in 2009. The site is the Quail Hollow Club, in Charlotte, North Carolina. For the past two years running, the Masters Champion has failed to make the cut, according to the PGA website, which Phil Michelson is aiming to do.

Tiger Woods, since you’re all concerned

Since golf coverage these days is about an errant philanderer and not sport, let’s get on with it. Tiger Woods is embarrassing himself, and instant karma is beating him about the head and shoulders with a 2 over par. He’s tied for place – 102. He landed several shots in the water and did not win the Masters this year. (Granted, he didn’t do too bad at the Masters with an 11 under.)

Top leaders in the PGA?

Right now, the leader on the PGA live leaderboard for the Quail Hollow Championship is Bo Van Pelt, who is demolishing the competition with a seven under par. He sank seven birdies. Billy Mayfair is behind him with four under, and also had seven birdies but three bogey. Masters Champion Phil Mickelson is tied for 12th with a modest brace of birdies and 2 under. The Quail Hollow Championship 2010 could still be anyone’s tournament since it’s only the first round.

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