Tiger Woods: One more round and I'm still looking like a prophet
Tiger Woods needed to birdie three of Bay Hill’s toughest holes to finish a third-round 66 and put him in a five-way tie for the lead at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. And he put himself one round away from making me look like the prophet I’ve always secretly believed I am.
It was Dec. 31, 2007 when I boldly claimed that Tiger would go unbeaten in 2008. He hasn’t let me down yet, and I consider a Woods’ victory tomorrow a foregone conclusion. Because it has been foretold. by me.
With each Tiger victory, my gloating will grow, I warn you. It will be a parade of “me, me, me” around these parts. And when Tiger Woods does finish the year unbeaten, Ryder Cup matches included, I fully expect to be treated like royalty. Because while Tiger will have won everything in sight and set a golf standard that will never be touched, I will have been the first person to have predicted it. And I will expect accolades, I tell you. Lots and lots of accolades. And I will take to wearing flowing robes and expect to have many followers, tauting me as a prophet and a man of great wisdom and handsomeness.
Of course, if Tiger doesn’t win tomorrow, the matter is closed and never to be brought up again.
Update: Ah, Tiger Woods won the Arnold Palmer Invitational? Well, I could have told you that.
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