Tiger December 20, 2007, 7:54 pm

by Jeff Schlegel
Tiger is playing his best golf ever, if he can stay in the moment and trust his ability to hit even out of the hardest lies he will win the grand slam.. nice to watch his relaxed intenity..

Undefeated season by Tiger? December 20, 2007, 10:06 am

by Brian
Tiger Woods can not only win a Grand Slam, but he could go undefeated over an entire season. He hasn't hit his prime, and if he does, as other golfers have in the early to mid-thirties, what does that mean? It means total focus and winning every time. Read more:http://www.businessunderpar.com/content/view/25/1/

Re: December 19, 2007, 9:30 pm

tiger slam? December 19, 2007, 9:30 pm

by john
what a ludicrous statement. even as much as maybe he is improved and ready to take them all the rest of the pga tour players wont let it happen. tiger is not the only one improving out there.

2008 Tiger December 19, 2007, 3:34 pm

by jdh
I for one have learned to like Tiger
more over the last few seasons, and he
is very talented! And I feel that he may Grand Slam 2008. Yet I will go to my
grave protesting that the game is to EASY now! Jones, Hogan, Nicklaus. If
the sticks were the same and the conditions the same, and the rules,
were the same?????? Every year it becomes easier and easier. Was it Azinger that said this modern equipment
undermines these young bucks talent???

Tigers Slam??? December 19, 2007, 11:54 am

by Bruce Thom
Back in 1953, having survived an horrendous accident involving his Cadillac and a Greyhound bus 14 months earlier a chap called Ben Hogan (you might remember him) won The Masters, The Open Championship, and the US Open. The British tournament conflicted with the PGA (then played at match play) or Hogan would very likely have racked up The Slam. For the record he entered only six tournaments that year, won five and finished second in the sixth. Bear in mind the difference in courses and equipment (particularly the well juiced Pro V's et al) and Hogan's performance is not bad at all....
lest we forget

Target golf Championship December 19, 2007, 10:04 am

by ROBERT
I am amazed that they will consider this tournament as a regular PGA tour event.This event is a joke that we see every year to milk Tiger golfing life achievment .15 players that comprised at least half of them 'hasbeen players
competing againts Tiger.This is GOLFINGMANIA at his best.

TIGER's Slam in 2008 December 19, 2007, 8:24 am

by Mary
No doub there are some AWESOME golfers out there ("these guys are good").... Big Phil, serious Jim Furyk, AND lets not forger MIKE WIER & Zach Johnson.....but...as good as these guys are, I don't think anyone can touch (or tame) TIGER ! He is amazing, especially on the putting green and approach shots. I Love watching him play (& others), but the Big "T" will do it in 2008
MM

tiger's slam chances in 2008 December 19, 2007, 7:50 am

by tom
added note of history...oakland hills was the site of the pga in 1972 when jack won the first 2 majors, then barely lost to trevino at the british...their careers just seem to be incredibly intertwined in history.

RE: tiger's slam chances in 2008 December 19, 2007, 9:34 am

by Raymond
Is there any other golfer than Tiger????? why you spek alwasy about this person????? do the other celebrities like Niklaus, Trevinos, Watson means nothing???? what did this person give all the press to talk only about him.... people start feeling tire of tiger.....

RE: RE: tiger's slam chances in 2008 December 20, 2007, 10:59 am

by FBI
Someone must have edited this letter because that is not what was written the first time I read it! Obviously Raymond you have a few issues you going to have to deal with. Or maybe the letter just speaks to education in the 21st century.

 

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