Recently published in his hometown of Topeka, Kan., To celebrate his U.S. Open victory at Pebble Beach last month. Woodland there are about 3,500 people lining the streets to honor him.
With a first career major championship comes some fame. In most places, anyway.
Woodland, who was somewhat of the under the banner of the Atlantic Ocean to Northern Ireland. When he had breakfast with Matt Kuchar.
About 20 pictures for him, 'Woodland said'. “Nobody knew who I was. They were. T Loved ’tell loved tell
Count Justin Rose t
“It´s too condensed, '' Rose said. “One major a month I think too. It will be longer than it a month. So that's my reasoning for that.
[B]. T [a]. T The things that are protected. How are all of our careers going to be measured?
Winners have been American. What gives?
Said Rose, the Englishman. T “I've been playing a part of it. Obviously, Brooks [Koepka] has seed and fair few of those, so he's obviously on the awesome run. It 's a cycle. And hopefully that is coming to the end.
Northern Ireland 's Rory McIlroy, who' s won a major in five years, said, “These things happen in cycles. I do not think of it. The United States have got a lot of great golfers. You can see the Tiger [Woods], coming back [to win the Masters]. ’’ ’’ ’’
Woodland said, “I like that trend. It is obviously good. The game is in a great spot. You can have a lot of young guys, Justin [Thomas]. T But you’ve still got a lot of Europeans and people from all over the world. '