Tiger Woods discussed the origins of his famed "stinger" shot ahead of The Players Championship. Apparently, when Woods was young, he borrowed his dad's Ping Eye 2 1-iron and learned how to flight the ball down off the tee, figuring "the longer the ball stays in the air, the longer time it has to go crooked, so get that thing on the ground."
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