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Comment from: Kiel Christianson [Visitor] Email
Well said!
07/20/09 @ 15:18
Comment from: John D [Visitor]
Great article. I cannot agree with you more. And Tigger being so popular is only teaching the younger generation these same manners...too bad! I see it a lot these days. It needs to stop and the PGA should levy fines for such behavior. The fines should be at a higher rate for those higher on the money list, since these are the ones who are watched the most.
07/20/09 @ 16:25
Comment from: jamie [Visitor] Email
I was really troubled with TW's club slamming. I'm sorry but that is anger management behavior.

And it seems to me that if he slowed down his swing just a tad he wouldn't be getting himself into the trouble he found himself in.
07/20/09 @ 18:05
Comment from: wendyuk [Visitor] Email
You're spot on, Brandon, Tiger Woods will never be as adored as Tom Watson is and always will be on these shores even if the former overtakes Jack's record.

A lesson in temperament from Tom and others, I am still struggling with I rerget to say.
07/20/09 @ 18:17
Comment from: Booger [Visitor] Email
They ought to check that mutant Woods for steroids. Classic "roid rage" in concert.
07/20/09 @ 23:38
Comment from: Shanks [Visitor] Email
Wonderful article, agree with all.

The thing most younger folks don't know, with all this talk of Watson's struggle with the putter, is that BEFORE that became an issue he was a brilliant putter. He hammered in putts on the shortish side with a strong pace, not worried about leaving a 5 footer should he miss. And on the slower Open greens (intentionally slower because of the wind) that was particularly effective. He was wild off the tee, though not as bad as Seve Ballesteros, and would make up for it with a very strong short game around the greens and fearless putting.
07/21/09 @ 10:17
Comment from: Michael [Visitor] Email
watching Tiger throw clubs ia all part of the package. Most agree that it is amazing he is so mad about bad shots and never becomes complacent with the Billion in the bankage. Deal with it boy as this is Tiger's world for the next 10 years- Ha Ha
07/22/09 @ 09:12
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor] Email

You're the one acting like a "boy." I believe Woods is the greatest golfer of all time. However, people of wisdom understand that there are more important things in life than hitting a little dimpled white ball. One of those things is setting a good example for the young.

I also have to correct you about something else. It's isn't Tiger's world — it's OUR world. And we have a duty to future generations, part of which is instilling them with a proper moral compass.

Grow up.
07/22/09 @ 19:24
Comment from: Mike Bailey [Visitor] Email
Well said, Brandon. It's about time we called him to task. You would hope he would read this and take it to heart. I wonder what Jim Brown would think.
07/24/09 @ 00:42
Comment from: Maynard Thomas [Visitor] Email
I really don't care if Tiger Woods slams his club in the ground or not. Divots can ans are replaced all the time. If that is all you can find wrong with Tiger Woods perhaps you should focus on something. There is more pressure on Mr. Woods than any other golfer on history, for various reasons. I like that he shows passion and gets upset with himself. So you like Tom Watson, that's fine but don't try to compare or associate him with Mr. Woods, talentwise, because it just doesn't work. Mr. Watson has had a great career but he is not Tiger Woods; Tiger Woods is not Tom Watson let's not get them confused.
07/24/09 @ 08:18
Comment from: Vikki [Visitor]
I couldn't agree with you more. TW may be the greatest golfer in the world, but that doesn't excuse him for having "tantrums" because he hit a bad shot. Kid look up to him, if it's ok for him to do it, it's ok for them. Shame on you Tiger.
07/24/09 @ 09:21
Comment from: Gregg [Visitor] Email
Great article, Brandon. I am 58 and have been a PGA member for 35 years. I still remember at age 11, my father sending me to the clubhouse in the middle of a round after I threw a club. It was the last time I did that. Having watched Nicklaus, Palmer, Player, Watson and others for many years, I have no memories of them doing what Tiger is getting away with....I don't care how much money he is worth, his tantrums are getting old and it's time he grew up.
07/24/09 @ 11:02
Comment from: Michael Handy [Visitor] Email
Wouldn't happen if Earl Woods were still living!
Tiger Woods will be taken to the wood shed for his
behavior in Scotland, of all places, where golf
behavior is revered as part of the game. See Tom
Watson, and his press inverview following the Open.
Tiger's "people" will call him on this behavior.
Tiger needs to change this behavior, and the
swearing on the golf course.
07/24/09 @ 13:45
Comment from: John D [Visitor]
Comment from: Maynard Thomas [Visitor] Mr. "Watson has had a great career but he is not Tiger Woods; Tiger Woods is not Tom Watson let's not get them confused."

No shit, Maynard! It is not very easy to confuse the two....you can tell them apart by their actions on the golf course.
07/25/09 @ 07:21
Comment from: Steve [Visitor]
Great article, Brandon. Give me classy Tom Watson anyday over Tiger Eldick Woods.
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