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  • March 17, 2010 at 12:58 am #529816 Back to Top REPORT
    shedhunter
    shedhunter

    Age: 40
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    I think you left out golf is not a sport its an activity and I wouldn’t know who he was if not for all of his endorsing.

    Golf is a sport, but I think we should not argue about stupid opinions like that. ;)

    I think he will win the Masters… [=}=][/quote:3mat9nbz]
    :thumbup
    Top ten for sure,but it wouldn’t suprise me any if he won.

    March 17, 2010 at 1:53 am #529817 Back to Top REPORT
    newdxt
    NEWDXT

    Joined: 5/27/2008
    Makes the cut, finishes top 25, but never in contention.

    Oh, and I forgot to add, my darkhorse pick to win at Augusta this year………..David Duval. That’s right, you heard it here first.

    March 17, 2010 at 2:14 am #529818 Back to Top REPORT
    wisc-rattlesnake
    Wisc.Rattlesnake

    Joined: 4/18/2007

    That means no stones will be thrown!!lol unless by a priest!!! but on a serious note! It is defenately going to be awkward for him. If he can keep that aside and keep the game at hand! He will win. He is now going to have to work harder than ever before if he is to get more endorsements. if he goes out and wins allot watch what happens!! his marital thing will vanish!! MHO!! [=}=][/quote:3k7fjd59]

    I agree… he’s so used to getting the clapping, cheering, and “Tiger roar” walking off the green. Lets see him keep that aside. ;)

    March 17, 2010 at 4:24 am #529819 Back to Top REPORT
    golfcrazy
    GOLFCRAZY

    Joined: 7/17/2008

    Makes the cut, finishes top 25, but never in contention.

    Oh, and I forgot to add, my darkhorse pick to win at Augusta this year………..David Duval. That’s right, you heard it here first.[/quote:ura8xtgd]

    OH NO YOU DIDN’T? :^O

    As for Tiger, top 25. No better. [=}=]

    John

    March 17, 2010 at 4:35 am #529820 Back to Top REPORT
    dxtim
    DXTim

    Joined: 12/29/2008
    I think he will win the Masters… [=}=]

    Step away from the pipe young brah! :^O :^O :^O

    March 17, 2010 at 5:24 am #529821 Back to Top REPORT
    dxtim
    DXTim

    Joined: 12/29/2008
    Not hatin on the pole donner. :thumbup

    Just not a tiger fan. He’s as mentally tough as there has ever been, but he has never had to deal with the storm that is coming from the public. Ya can’t live a lie and get away with it in the huge fish bowl he lives in. I say the pressure will be too much for even him to deal with. Not golf pressure but the criticism from the public. Even he won’t be able to focus imho, but we shall all soon see. [=}=]

    March 17, 2010 at 2:07 pm #529822 Back to Top REPORT
    buckfever101
    buckfever101

    Joined: 11/2/2008

    I hope he’s boo’d the entire tournament.

    Won’t happen. That sort of thing just isn’t done at Augusta. Why do you think he picked The Masters for his comeback?

    Donner, you left out one possibility which I’ll vote for now…
    He makes the cut with relative ease and finishes somewhere in the middle of the pack, maybe the second 10.[/quote:1ihwuwh8]

    The boos may not happen BUT the glares certainly will.[/quote:1ihwuwh8]

    Or hopefully the lack of cheers he’s used to won’t happen. Didn’t care much for him before and really don’t like him now.

    March 17, 2010 at 2:27 pm #529823 Back to Top REPORT
    straightedge123
    StraightEdge123

    Joined: 10/22/2007
    I don’t think you will see much of a change in his play. I mean, if you can play as well as he has played with all that has going on behind the scenes without any apparent compunction, then why should we think that the public humiliation he has brought upon himself should be any different than the thought that you were unfaithful to your wife, living a lie with your family, and dodging detection at every turn. It seems to me that he has only traded what should have been one type of inner turmoil for another.

    Who knows, he might play better.

    Mathews S2 / Copper John 4-pin / QAD HD LD / Worlds Best Strings / 808 Bowslings / Easton Bloodlines
    March 17, 2010 at 5:04 pm #529824 Back to Top REPORT
    jeff-k-in-il
    Jeff K in IL

    Age: 26
    Joined: 11/1/2005

    I think he will win the Masters… [=}=]

    Step away from the pipe young brah! :^O :^O :^O[/quote:2ieo7ntf]

    it’s a very favorable comeback tourney; it’s a highly regulated course, and if any of the gallery is being disruptive they will be kicked out. I seriously doubt his golf game has changed, nor has his mental toughness. And Augusta is a favorite course of his, plus Ben Hogan is the only player to ever start his year off at a major, and win. It just adds up…. :-B

    March 17, 2010 at 5:40 pm #529825 Back to Top REPORT
    wisc-rattlesnake
    Wisc.Rattlesnake

    Joined: 4/18/2007

    I think he will win the Masters… [=}=]

    Step away from the pipe young brah! :^O :^O :^O[/quote:3j71q8te]

    it’s a very favorable comeback tourney; it’s a highly regulated course, and if any of the gallery is being disruptive they will be kicked out. I seriously doubt his golf game has changed, nor has his mental toughness. And Augusta is a favorite course of his, plus Ben Hogan is the only player to ever start his year off at a major, and win. It just adds up…. :-B[/quote:3j71q8te]

    Yes it is a very favorable comeback tourney and yes, they will be kicked out for being disruptive…but they can’t be kicked out for not cheering or clapping.

    I don’t know guy, it’s certainly going to be interesting.

    March 17, 2010 at 5:52 pm #529826 Back to Top REPORT
    buckeyebowman
    buckeyebowman

    Age: 62
    Joined: 9/9/2004

    I hope he’s boo’d the entire tournament.

    Won’t happen. That sort of thing just isn’t done at Augusta. Why do you think he picked The Masters for his comeback?

    Donner, you left out one possibility which I’ll vote for now…
    He makes the cut with relative ease and finishes somewhere in the middle of the pack, maybe the second 10.[/quote:1gkjbuj5]

    The boos may not happen BUT the glares certainly will.[/quote:1gkjbuj5]

    True that! And probably a lack of the thunderous applause he’s used to. I’m kinda surprised he didn’t use Bayhill as a tune up, he’s won there even more than at Augusta.

    I’ve figured out a great way to razz Tiger without saying a word…Elin masks! Somebody with some bucks (not me!) could make up a whole bunch of them and hand them out to gallery members. Could you imagine Tiger on the tee with hundreds and hundreds of Elins staring at him? :^O

    It's not how far you shoot, but how close you get.
    March 17, 2010 at 5:59 pm #529827 Back to Top REPORT
    wisc-rattlesnake
    Wisc.Rattlesnake

    Joined: 4/18/2007

    I hope he’s boo’d the entire tournament.

    Won’t happen. That sort of thing just isn’t done at Augusta. Why do you think he picked The Masters for his comeback?

    Donner, you left out one possibility which I’ll vote for now…
    He makes the cut with relative ease and finishes somewhere in the middle of the pack, maybe the second 10.[/quote:3rniw6sw]

    The boos may not happen BUT the glares certainly will.[/quote:3rniw6sw]

    True that! And probably a lack of the thunderous applause he’s used to. I’m kinda surprised he didn’t use Bayhill as a tune up, he’s won there even more than at Augusta.

    I’ve figured out a great way to razz Tiger without saying a word…Elin masks! Somebody with some bucks (not me!) could make up a whole bunch of them and hand them out to gallery members. Could you imagine Tiger on the tee with hundreds and hundreds of Elins staring at him? :^O[/quote:3rniw6sw]

    Or better yet, masks of the pornstars seeing how that apology was so sincere and from his heart.

    March 17, 2010 at 7:33 pm #529828 Back to Top REPORT
    vince71969
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    I gotta be honest here. I could care less what he does with his private life.

    His indiscretions are between him, his wife and nobody else.

    I’m not saying I’m a fan of his. personally, I could take him or leave him. I just can’t stand how the same media that fawned all over him for the past decade now wants to burn him to the stake. They’re nothing but parasites.

    And let’s not forget the golfers that bashed him to that same media, either (like Parnevik, etc). These ungrateful jerks saw their winnings more than quadruple since he came on the scene to the point where EVERYONE in the top 125 seems to be a millionaire nowadays (not to mention endorsement $). They forgot awful fast what the tour used to be like from 1994 and before.

    I for one don’t want to see tiger break Jack’s record of Majors, but I would LOVE it if he came back and won this Masters just to ram it down everyone’s throats.

    Then he can lose every other one :whistle

    March 17, 2010 at 7:52 pm #529829 Back to Top REPORT
    jeeper
    Jeeper

    Joined: 10/23/2009
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    I gotta be honest here. I could care less what he does with his private life.

    His indiscretions are between him, his wife and nobody else.

    I’m not saying I’m a fan of his. personally, I could take him or leave him. I just can’t stand how the same media that fawned all over him for the past decade now wants to burn him to the stake. They’re nothing but parasites.

    And let’s not forget the golfers that bashed him to that same media, either (like Parnevik, etc). These ungrateful jerks saw their winnings more than quadruple since he came on the scene to the point where EVERYONE in the top 125 seems to be a millionaire nowadays (not to mention endorsement $). They forgot awful fast what the tour used to be like from 1994 and before.

    I for one don’t want to see tiger break Jack’s record of Majors, but I would LOVE it if he came back and won this Masters just to ram it down everyone’s throats.

    Then he can lose every other one :whistle[/quote:2o65r24h]

    I agree with most of what you have written Vince. His private life and indiscretions are his own affair (so to speak).

    I would like to see him break Jack’s record (although that would certainly not diminish the Golden Bear in my book) because I honestly think Tiger is the best golfer that ever lived and will be for a generation or more to come. I think the competition is broader and stiffer today than in Jack’s heyday. I’ve always admired Tiger for his golfing ability…..his personal life has no meaning to me. Unfortunately, too many in our society confuse the terms “hero” and “superstar.” In my mind, heros don’t exist in the sports and entertainment world. Only superstars based on their talent and/or box office appeal.

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    March 17, 2010 at 8:05 pm #529830 Back to Top REPORT
    donner
    donner

    Joined: 4/25/2007

    I gotta be honest here. I could care less what he does with his private life.

    His indiscretions are between him, his wife and nobody else.

    I’m not saying I’m a fan of his. personally, I could take him or leave him. I just can’t stand how the same media that fawned all over him for the past decade now wants to burn him to the stake. They’re nothing but parasites.

    And let’s not forget the golfers that bashed him to that same media, either (like Parnevik, etc). These ungrateful jerks saw their winnings more than quadruple since he came on the scene to the point where EVERYONE in the top 125 seems to be a millionaire nowadays (not to mention endorsement $). They forgot awful fast what the tour used to be like from 1994 and before.

    I for one don’t want to see tiger break Jack’s record of Majors, but I would LOVE it if he came back and won this Masters just to ram it down everyone’s throats.

    Then he can lose every other one :whistle[/quote:3myaf2si]

    I agree with most of what you have written Vince. His private life and indiscretions are his own affair (so to speak).

    I would like to see him break Jack’s record (although that would certainly not diminish the Golden Bear in my book) because I honestly think Tiger is the best golfer that ever lived and will be for a generation or more to come. I think the competition is broader and stiffer today than in Jack’s heyday. I’ve always admired Tiger for his golfing ability…..his personal life has no meaning to me. Unfortunately, too many in our society confuse the terms “hero” and “superstar.” In my mind, heros don’t exist in the sports and entertainment world. Only superstars based on their talent and/or box office appeal.[/quote:3myaf2si]

    Sorry Larry, but I would have to disagree with you on the level of competition that Jack had compared to what Tiger has today, in my opinion, the field was alot deeper with higher quality golfers than what Lefty has to offer today for competition. [=}=]

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