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tiger in the woods

Mon, Apr 13 2015 10:24 PM by Steve915. 52 replies.
  • tuckeybaby United States
    4 Posts
    Thu, Mar 19 2015 5:24 PM

    If you truly know golf and pro golfers, you will know tiger woods is finished in his career.

  • SweetiePie United States
    4,925 Posts
    Fri, Mar 20 2015 6:24 AM

    tuckeybaby:

    If you truly know golf and pro golfers, you will know tiger woods is finished in his career.

    If history teaches anything, it is that prediction is risky business. If he returns to great play it will be up to him. It would seem he has luckily discovered that golf, in any form, is a tiny little activity within actual living. One fact that remains is that he is the best golfer that has ever played the game in which history provides no other example. ~ SP ~

  • filmslayer United States
    2,335 Posts
    Fri, Mar 20 2015 6:30 AM

    SweetiePie:
    One fact that remains is that he is the best golfer that has ever played the game in which history provides no other example. ~ SP ~

    really ??? didn't Jack win more majors and have more top 5's through his career ? 

  • SweetiePie United States
    4,925 Posts
    Fri, Mar 20 2015 7:18 AM

    filmslayer:

    SweetiePie:
    One fact that remains is that he is the best golfer that has ever played the game in which history provides no other example. ~ SP ~

    really ??? didn't Jack win more majors and have more top 5's through his career ? 

    ..

    Perhaps...most likely. There are many measurements one can use to enhance personal belief to make themselves right and advance that "belief". Nevertheless, Tiger was/is the best to ever play the game...just ask Jack.  ~ SP ~

  • donsprintr United States
    2,050 Posts
    Fri, Mar 20 2015 5:33 PM

    Tiger is an ill-mannered brat. Which far eclipses his playing ability ... 

  • SweetiePie United States
    4,925 Posts
    Fri, Mar 20 2015 10:09 PM

    I can't defend him on that fact. His ungrateful nature is quite a sight to behold along with his loath of autographs...Harmon had his swing so fine and Haney got it so awful...not seen since the days that Phil Rodgers 'helped' Jack with his short game (per an old article in Golf Digest). Funny article "three parts carry, two parts roll" or " one part carry, four parts roll", something like that, per Rogers. Makes sense. Rogers was a drunk, so I guess he did his short-game by mentally mixing his favorite eye-openers....;-}

  • donsprintr United States
    2,050 Posts
    Sat, Mar 21 2015 2:28 AM

    Hi Lily ... *wave*  :-)

  • mnshiner United States
    1,382 Posts
    Sat, Mar 21 2015 4:09 AM

    You Folks are forgetting something in your debate. When Jack played the clubs and balls were a whole lot different than the ones they use today.

  • SweetiePie United States
    4,925 Posts
    Sat, Mar 21 2015 6:11 AM

    mnshiner:

    You Folks are forgetting something in your debate. When Jack played the clubs and balls were a whole lot different than the ones they use today.

    nah...forgetting would be rude..ala Morris (young & old) Vardon, Hagen, Jones, Sarazen, Nelson, Hogen, Palmer, Player and so forth in terms of equiptment evolution and to realize that because of it, Vardon developed and used special shots for his circumstances, unknown to a Palmer and unheard of by any of the golfers of today. A small example is that Sarazen invented the sand wedge   ;-}

  • xxxhogheadxxx United States
    644 Posts
    Sun, Mar 22 2015 11:48 AM

    what a load of bs... tiger ??? really?

     

    nah, the best ever was Moe Norman.  end of discussion!

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