Woods is a rat and there is nothing more lame or pointless than hitting a ball into the ground over several hours. It takes away land that could be used for animals and trees and serves no actual purpose for humanity. There is meaning to being the fastest man, or the greatest boxer. Golf with its plodding about, bellies sagging, and occasional swinging is utterly futile. In Woods case that would be actual swinging too whence why everyone thinks he is a rat. That's your achievement in life? The global IQ is definitely 82.
One of the greatest comebacks in the history of sport, I think.
If God wanted us to be vegetarians, why are animals made of meat ?
He still needs 3 majors to catch Jack Nicklaus. He won't make it.
A great moment that. Trying to think of a bigger comeback in sport and it's difficult.
I had bets on Schauffele and Koepka and would have won 100 odd quid if either had won but I wanted Tiger to do it.
His own doing but his career went off rails for non golf reasons and as Paul Azinger said yesterday he went overnight from being one of the greatest athletes in the world (I've always had an issue with golfers being referred to as athletes but that's another matter..) to the butt of all the jokes on late night TV.
He would have beaten Nicklaus record I'm sure. And then the injuries hit him a bit later to add to his woes.
Don't think he'll beat Nicklaus 18 majors haul now but I take my hat off to him - well done sir
Don't bully fat kids - they've got enough on their plate
Cannot be anything else but a phenomenal sports as well as life comeback. Woods was written off as scrap material and became the punchline of jokes. Some of it deserved but he got back to his roots and recaptured greatness for at least a few moments.
Jack Nicklaus is still the GOAT. 18 victories in majors and 19 second place finishes, against tougher competition than Woods has had to face. Woods now has 15 majors, but is woefully behind Nicklaus with 6 second place finishes.
Woods not fit to carry Nicklaus' jock.
HA! Tiger may have won this year's Masters.... but he just missed the cut at the PGA Championship. Still crossing my fingers that he won't catch the Golden Bear in career majors.
He'll always play second fiddle to Jack.
"I am always doing that which I can not do, in order that I may learn how to do it."
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