Woods, Goosen know anything can happen Sunday
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland -- There's no way around it: Retief Goosen has all the on-course charisma of a tee marker. You don't know if he's playing golf or practicing for a funeral procession. Grim isn't the word, but it's gimme close.
His post-round interviews aren't exactly the Best of Chris Rock, either. Imagine your accountant reciting federal tax code. That's Goosen.
But here he is, three rounds into the British Open, three-plus weeks removed from his Heimlich at the U.S. Open ...
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