The New York Post Delivers Again

As many of you may be aware, there was controversy at The Masters on Friday over where he dropped his ball after it had gone in a water hazard. While some speculated that Woods could end being disqualified from the rest of the tournament, Woods only ended up being assessed a two stroke penalty which he didn’t contest.

Here’s how The New York Post covered it:

Post Tiger

If they ever start giving out Pulitzer Prizes for headlines, these guys ought to win every year.

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  1. michael reynolds says:

    I enjoy imagining the quiet satisfaction of the headline writer when he nails one.

  2. Brett says:

    Whoever writes the headlines for the New York Post has just been killing it lately. This is following up on the Petraeus-Broadwell headline, “Cloak and Shag Her”.

  3. Damian P. says:

    They’re good, but the headline writers at their British sister paper, The Sun, are better. When the car of F1 driver Pedro Diniz caught fire (he escaped unharmed) their headline read, “DINIZ IN THE OVEN.”

  4. Rob in CT says:

    This is pretty much all the Post is good for, but they are good at it.