Tiger Woods' comeback at the Buick destiny?
How is it, everyone in the U.S. watching the final round of the Buick knew Tiger would win? Nathan Green had the tournament locked up heading into the tees on the seventeenth hole. Up by two strokes on the field, all he had to do was par out, and he would have been the Buick champion. On the first playoff hole he had, by far, the best drive and he blew it. Jose Maria Olazabal did nothing to tempt fate, on two playoff holes. It was as if fate had deemed it necessary for Tiger to win.
I do not profess to be the oracle of the PGA tour, but I knew Tiger had it won as soon has he stepped onto the 18th green. Everyone knew! The announcers, the audience, Jose Maria, and Nathan Green all had to know.
My question is: With three players heading into a playoff, why was it already a certainty that Tiger would win the tournament?
For Tim McDonald’s take click here: Will no one step up to challenge Tiger Woods?
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that would be great as golfs boring without Tiger
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