Golfer Supremacy Rankings: Where Luke Swilor's wins trump Tiger Woods
Here at the Golfer Supremacy Rankings, we do things a little differently. We don’t take money from big corporations to influence our rankings. We live on the wild side. We’re independent, strong and confident. We actually once shot a guy in Reno in the leg, just to watch him limp.
That’s why we can be the only patented golf rankings system that doesn’t rank Tiger Woods as the No. 1 golfer. Sure, winning seven PGA Tour events in a row is a nice achievement, but we expect more from Tiger these days. He’s raised the bar. If he can’t win a tournament while simultaneously saving a baby, well, we’re afraid it’s No. 2 for him.
Golfer Supremacy Rankings
1. Luke Swilor
Comments: What’s more impressive that steadily winning on the PGA Tour? Roping in some mini-tour wins when you need it. Swilor, who made a nice run toward Q-School at the end of 2006, is starting of 2007 in fine form, as he’s now won his last two times out on the Golden State Tour. And he even blogs about it all, telling you how he did it. Would Tiger do that? We think not. Luke, you’re No. 1.
2. Tiger Woods
Comments: It has become a part of American culture. Woods stays in contention the first couple days of a stroke-play tournament, makes a move on Day 3, then takes home a trophy late Sunday afternoon. Maybe we’ve gotten a little ennui when it comes to Tiger winning these days. Face it, he can’t seem to stop doing it. But while Tiger loses points for making winning seem anticlimactic, he gains big points for apparently not giving a crap about the FedEx Cup.
3. Brandt Snedeker
Comments: For one sunny Wednesday, Snedeker was the best golfer in the world. His opening-round 61 wasn’t enough to top Tiger in the end, but good enough for a Top-5 finish for the 26-year-old Snedeker, who earns bonus GSR ranking points for having a name that sounds like a Swedish candy bar.
4. Retief Goosen
Comments: Goosen sunk a dramatic eagle on the final hole to win the Qatar Masters. For Goosen, any victory is great, and his thrilling win could be the impetus he needs to once again compete in the majors later this year. For Goosen devotee Jennifer Mario, the victory is yet another chapter for her upcoming book: “Retief Goosen: Do me”
Random Factoid: U.S. Women’s Amateur champion Kimberly Kim has been offered an invitation to the Kraft Nabisco Championship, where she will take her spot as the most accomplished teenage golfer from Hawaii.
Random Question: Mario appears to be one of many that find Goosen sexy. Which leads to this question for the ladies: Can you imagine moaning “Ohh, Retief"? We didn’t think so. It’s kinda creepy.
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Funniest moment of my day. thank you GSR
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