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Comment from: Rob G [Visitor] Email
I agree completely. In this day and age of athletes in serious trouble with the law and claiming "greatness" for even a modest effort that they are paid handsomely for, I think Tiger is a breath of fresh air. He's worked hard for all he's achieved and is remarkebly humble considering he's well on his way to being the greatest ever in his sport.
2006-10-04 @ 10:01
Comment from: gpro [Visitor] Email
Beloved?
2006-10-04 @ 14:02
Comment from: Merrin [Visitor] Email
First-not everyone thinks he's beloved, for a variety of reasons, but mostly because he's
not Phil Mickelson-esque or Tom Brady (read into that what you will), he wins a lot & thats tough for them to understand & too much of, etc.

However, that writer was so simplistic in his rationalization that the story lost
any potential bite it could have had. Seriously..he's selfish because he ONLY
won 3 of 5 matches. Does that mean Phil was downright egotistical?

And is he really insinuating that Woods played less than he could ON PURPOSE?
He lost purposefully, because he did want to exert too much energy??
The RC is the only monkey he currently has on his back, and we all know the
atention it garnered, we all know the he would probably like to flick Sergio's
sneer right off his face with a big "W", so that theory just doesnt even come close to making sense.

2006-10-05 @ 16:06
Comment from: Alex Thomas [Visitor]
Same as people that hate David Beckham, Jealous!
2006-11-17 @ 12:59

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