The PGA is on this week and while I'm looking forward to watching Spieth and even Dustin Johnson, but I feel like there is little chance we will see Tiger on the weekend. Golf like most things is changing:)
You know, I remember when he was reaching his prime, with all of those fantastic swings, long shots and other power shots.
One of the commentators ( an old Pro, I can't remember his name) stated that with Tiger's swing which included such a radical swivel at the waist, he was going to have a lot of back-related problems within ten years.
He went on to say that no one's body could take the punishment Tiger was putting on himself without having to change his whole swing approach at some point.
And, here we are, watching a legend going through reinventing his swing.
The shame is, the public now wants to see those "miracle shots" that Tiger was so famous for. No, they EXPECT to see those shots, and so does the rest of the Golf Industry.
Hopefully, somewhere out there, another kid with his own repertoire of "miracle shots" is practicing his game.
by Paul Edmondson5 years ago
I felt like this weekend's US Open I was watching a renewed game where there is intrigue and interest without Tiger.One young talented and seemingly nice guy that plays at the highest level is very refreshing. ...
by prettydarkhorse4 years ago
Even Nicklaus applauded him!!This win tied Woods with Nicklaus — the tournament founder!! http://www.nytimes.com/2012/06/04/sport … -wins.html
by optimus grimlock6 years ago
for me tennis,soccer,golf and hockey(good for highlights tho)
by premierkj6 years ago
Tiger has announced he will return to golf at the Masters and to be honest I don't want him to win. I would prefer a Mickelson victory...although if he's in contention it will be exciting!
by Kyle Keckeisen6 years ago
I just realized that with all of Tiger's recent 'transgressions,' how did he focus in his tournaments? If i was him, that would constantly be on my mind! Imagine how good he actually could have been if he was on the...
by bhamill457 years ago
14 Majors, 71 PGA victories, and a golfer who dominates his profession!!! There have been countless clutch performances when discussing Tiger Woods as the best ever, but is he better than Muhammad Ali, Michael Jordan,...
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