Too bad the PGA doesn't have a single, young marketable player to build the Tour around as TV deals come up. Rickie Fowler? Please. That was riveting watching D.A. Points battle Steve Marino yesterday. You could feel the excitement from the TV. At least they had "The Candidate" their.Golf better hope the "finished" Tiger isn't.
I can only hope that your screen cap is stopped intentionally on the bottom scroll showing "McCann had excess fluid removed from his head".... as we watch Tiger remove excess "fluid" from his head on live TV!
That is a digusting act. -- Joe Buck
Welcome back to Earth, Tiger.Maybe "Finished" is a bit strong.However "Finished dominating the tour" sounds decidedly appropriate.FYI: I'm told that from the same age that Tiger is currently, Jack Nicklaus won but 2 more majors in his career.
I guess the media has taken off the gloves with Eldrick "Tiger" Woods. I did not know spitting on the green was wrong. Go Phil Go. Maybe Phil can save the PGA with his family man image.
The PGA's problem was letting themselves get so tied in with one guy, regardless of the level of dominance that he displayed. The questions regarding his off-the-course preparation should be part of the discussion regarding his loss of form. The injuries he suffered that seem to have led to his precipitous fall, are curious considering he is a golfer and not a team sport athletes. His muscularity, the distance running, the knee and Achilles injury are all "interesting...."
finished - highly doubtful.... Czabe wishing Tiger's downfall - likely....
I predict 10 more PGA championships for Tiger before he's "finished".