It certainly was a special day at the Old Course at St. Andrews when many past winners played a fun four-hole event known as the Celebration of Champions. It was a great way to kick off a special week at the location known as the home of golf, where the 150th Open Championship took place. Tiger Woods took part in the special event, playing alongside Lee Trevino, Georgia Hall, and Rory McIlroy. On the 18th hole, Tiger had the chance to pose for an amazing photo with Jack Nicklaus on the legendary Swilcan Bridge. Nicklaus wasn’t playing in the event but was there in St. Andrews.
Tiger Woods Took a Photo With Jack Nicklaus on the Swilcan Bridge
The event lived up to its name and starting with the first tee shot by defending Champion Golfer of the Year Collin Morikawa and finishing with the final putt by Rory McIlroy. The field was filled with Champion Golfers, including male and female amateur champions, women’s Major Champions, and golfers with disability champions. They all delivered sensational golf shots, creating a lot of memories for their fans to cherish for a lifetime and giving them plenty of reason to laugh with joy.
Tiger Woods Was Just One of the Many Champion Golfers at the Event
Tiger Woods was waiting to tee off when, much to the delight of the observers, the 1995 Champion Golfer John Daly called him to share an embrace. Woods was also seen trading stories with Sir Nick Faldo, who is a fellow three-time Champion Golfer. The people who were lucky enough to be in attendance went to see golf’s most prominent names up close. The stars kept coming through thick and fast until Rory McIlroy, Woods, Lee Trevino, and Georgia Hall brought up the rear.
When Nicklaus joined Tiger Woods on the famous Swilcan Bridge, it was the perfect moment for probably the most fitting photo to celebrate The 150th Open. It was a wonderful conclusion to the Celebration of Champions and a great moment for everyone who watched on in disbelief. St Andrews managed to deliver images and memories that fans will surely treasure forever.
Jaguars owner Shad Khan fired Urban Meyer on December 16, 2021, and since then has been looking for a new football head coach.
Shad Khan and the Jaguars general manager Trent Baalke, are taking advantage of a new NFL rule that enables them to interview assistants from other teams during the final two weeks of the regular season.
According to several sources since Meyer’s release, the duo has met with the Buccaneers defensive coordinator Todd Bowles, former Eagles coach Doug Pederson, and Lions coach Jim Caldwell. They have also requested permission to interview Byron Leftwich, Kellen Moore, Nathaniel Hackett, and Matt Eberflus.
Despite all these names, Khan and Baalke haven’t still found the ideal football coach for the Jaguars. But here is what is known about the ongoing search.
1. Offensive-Minded Candidates
Out of the seven aforementioned coaches, five are known for their offensive expertise. Khan and Baalke are leaning toward offensive-minded candidates because they understand that the team’s quarterback, Trevor Lawrance, needs help to develop his game. Since the beginning of the season, he has thrown 17 interceptions and only 10 touchdowns.
2. Football Coach McDaniels Isn’t in the Shortlist
To the surprise of many pundits, journalists, and NFL aficionados, New England Patriots offensive coordinator, Josh McDaniels, isn’t considered for the Jaguars head coaching position. This is despite the fact that McDaniels helped Mac Jones throw 3,540 yards with a 67.8% completion rate, as well as 21 touchdown passes.
3. Brady Favors Leftwich
NFL legend, Tom Brady, believes that Byron Leftwich is the perfect candidate for the vacated head coaching position. In a recent interview, the seven-time Super Bowl winner shared that working with Leftwich during the past two seasons has been nothing but amazing.
Khan is being careful about his team’s new football coach because his decision to hire the inexperienced Urban Meyer turned out to be arguably his worst during his 10-tenure at the Jaguars.