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Golf's Biggest Turkeys

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Being in front of the TV cameras can wear on you over time. Just ask Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy. From minor slips of the tongue, to burgeoning bromances, it seems like every detail of their on-the-course lives makes a mark.

Which is why we have to give them both the Turkey nod for the momentary lapse in judgment they experienced in 2012. 

 

 

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