Woods' previous worst finish as a professional was a tie for 60th at the 1996 Greater Milwaukee Open, his professional debut.
What does GMO stand for?
GMO stands for Greater Milwaukee Open (golf)
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- Geospatial Management Office (US DHS)
- Glass Mountain Optics, Inc.
- Glenn Miller Orchestra (est, 1938)
- Global Marine Observation(s)
- Global Media Online (various companies)
- Global Media Outreach (ministry)
- Glyceryl Monooleate
- GospelMusicOutlet.com (online music store)
- Grand Moyen-Orient (French: Greater Middle East)
- Grants Management Officer
- Gross Me Out
- Group Member Organization
- Global Markets Operations/Middle Office (investment banking)
- Georgia Museum of Art (University of Georgia; Athens, GA)
- Government Medical Officers Association
- Gateway Mission Outreach Center (Thief River Falls, MN)
- Gay Men Of Color
- General Medicine on Call
- General Motors Overseas Corporation
- Geology, Meteorology, Oceanography (course)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Byline: By Jeremy Chapman ACE scrambler Billy Andrade has always had a liking for the Brown Deer Park, home of the Greater Milwaukee Open - now US Bank Championship - for 14 years, and the chirpy Rhode Islander looks the match-bet business at 10-11 against Tommy Armour.
Bank's sponsorship of the Mile's Champ Car World Series Race, Miller Park and the Milwaukee Brewers, and the PGA's Greater Milwaukee Open.
And just to show that you couldn't make it up, at the recent Greater Milwaukee Open he broke not one but two clubs as the head fell off his putter to be quickly followed by the one from his driver.
The 42-year-old from Kentucky has won three of his last four tournaments, including last week's Greater Milwaukee Open, earning pounds 1.
OVERNIGHT leader Kenny Perry carded a four-under 66 for the second day running to win the Greater Milwaukee Open by a shot.
KENNY PERRY birdied the last to take a one-shot victory in the US PGA Tour's Greater Milwaukee Open at Brown Deer Park.
KENNY PERRY warmed up for The Open by taking a one-shot lead after the third round of the Greater Milwaukee Open.