I like good news, and I enjoy good friends. My bride and I got a heaping helping of both Sunday, as we distanced with close friends to watch live golf on television: “The Match.”

Twenty years ago, Tiger Woods was on his way to 65 under par while winning four straight majors in 2000-2001; he was 45 strokes better than his nearest competitors, Phil Mickelson and Ernie Els. He carded 13 consecutive rounds under par — bettering Mickelson and Rory McIlroy who each had a dozen such rounds in 2014-2015. It’s a run that might never be eclipsed.

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