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#1 Alvin York

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Posted 21 July 2016 - 01:35 PM

For over a decade Woods dominated the game of golf in the same manner as his predecessor, Jack Nicklaus. Next April when they begin the Masters it will be almost nine years since he won a Major. Woods has been MIA the entire calendar year of 2016 and has yet to fully recover from his surgeries. He hasn't even won a single tournament since 2013 yet still sees his future as breaking Nicklaus' 18 Majors record. 

 

Woods is suffering a 9 year Majors drought, a whole year of zero tournament play, the  aftereffects of multiple knee and back surgeries and debilitating injuries that have not fully healed. 

 

I know there are legions of Gator fans from both Boards that worship the ground Eldrick walks. A perfect example is her Majesty, Ox, a noted Woods apologist.

 

Ox and all the others, your favorite golfer, Puddy Tat, is a DEAD MAN WALKING. 


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Posted 22 July 2016 - 12:32 PM

I'm not so sure we've seen the final chapters written on his career.  While he may never reach the levels he attained in his prime, there could be some very good golf years left in his career.

 

I support his decision to heal up and stop the revolving door of temporary fix surgeries.  He will also have to change his dynamics to a more conservative, body-friendly approach that takes out the peaks and troughs of his playing performance and delivers consistency.



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Posted 22 July 2016 - 12:47 PM

For over a decade Woods dominated the game of golf in the same manner as his predecessor, Jack Nicklaus. Next April when they begin the Masters it will be almost nine years since he won a Major. Woods has been MIA the entire calendar year of 2016 and has yet to fully recover from his surgeries. He hasn't even won a single tournament since 2013 yet still sees his future as breaking Nicklaus' 18 Majors record.

Woods is suffering a 9 year Majors drought, a whole year of zero tournament play, the aftereffects of multiple knee and back surgeries and debilitating injuries that have not fully healed.

I know there are legions of Gator fans from both Boards that worship the ground Eldrick walks. A perfect example is her Majesty, Ox, a noted Woods apologist.

Ox and all the others, your favorite golfer, Puddy Tat, is a DEAD MAN WALKING.

I guess you forgot to add his little porn spree that led to a crap load of issues including his divorce.

#4 Alvin York

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Posted 22 July 2016 - 04:03 PM

I'm not so sure we've seen the final chapters written on his career.  While he may never reach the levels he attained in his prime, there could be some very good golf years left in his career.

 

I support his decision to heal up and stop the revolving door of temporary fix surgeries.  He will also have to change his dynamics to a more conservative, body-friendly approach that takes out the peaks and troughs of his playing performance and delivers consistency.

 

Its physiologically out of the question a ailing 40 year old golfer whose been fading from golf for 8-9 years could attain the level of his prime. The theory is laughable.  

 

Jesus couldn't put Tiger Woods back together again. 

 

At this point I don't even think he'll ever win any golf tournament again. 


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Posted 22 July 2016 - 04:55 PM

Tiger will win at least two more majors if he can come back 100%. Poor health and age has been the only thing to derail Tiger. At 100%, even in his 40s, he'll be better than anyone playing right now.

A lot of talk about how great the young talent is, but it wouldn't surprise me to see Tiger come back and torture them for 5, 6 years.
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#6 Alvin York

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Posted 22 July 2016 - 06:17 PM

Tiger will win at least two more majors if he can come back 100%. Poor health and age has been the only thing to derail Tiger. At 100%, even in his 40s, he'll be better than anyone playing right now.

A lot of talk about how great the young talent is, but it wouldn't surprise me to see Tiger come back and torture them for 5, 6 years.

 

LOL....."He'll be better than anyone playing right now"

 

Lunacy.

 

Thank you for that resounding Woods endorsement, Ox. When will you ever walk away from your down and out fallen hero? 


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