Tiger 22, Phil 1 = Your future majors count
Now that dimwits everywhere are declaring Tiger not so dominant (no surprise to see my favorite Lefty Loving blogger Matt Paulson joining this Mensa society), here’s a little reality check. Tiger Woods is not only going to break Jack Nicklaus’ major wins record, he going to blow by it, to the tune of at least 22 career major titles. Phil Mickelson, on the other hand, will forever be stuck on one.
I think the golf-playing rat Brandon Tucker featured in his latest unique blog actually had a better shot at Augusta than Phil. I wouldn’t have been so confident in declaring that rodent a no chancer.
For the Tiger critic Mensas, here’s why Tiger was just as dominant as ever at Augusta. The Paulsons may want to note: just because you couldn’t watch a major part of the run on CBS doesn’t mean it didn’t happen.
Glad to see Paulson brought up famous brothers though. Tim Mickelson is one of the good guys in golf. Listen to players on the younger Mickelson’s University of San Diego team talk about their coach and you know he’s doing something right. (See, I don’t criticize all Mickelsons, only those with a gag reflex.)
As for my Baldwin brothers, Stephen is definitely more talented than me. Daniel is sort of a lout though. He threw a dinner roll at my head in Providence a few years ago (true family story).
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now your my kind of writer. It seems to me that you know about athletes, you know about golf and you know when people make far out and unbelievable comments like our friend Tim. Did you read his ploy story? This poor guy.
Take a look at my recent reply to his recent apology: Take a look
Well I agree with you, Tiger will blow out Jack's record.
And for the record I absoluetly loved seeing Jack playing in the Masters this year and I truly wanted to see him qualify for the finals. He is a true icon, legend, great athlete. He is part of what makes me proud of being American. He is one of a kind and a true living legend.
But Tiger is from another planet. He is a fantastic athlete, combined with being very spiritual and mix that up with having a father like he has. (God Bless you pops. Hope you get better.) Tiger Woods has proven to be one of the greatest athletes of all time. Throughout history and across the world.
Tiger Woods has been chosen and he will fulfill his destiny and path so that all of us can enjoy his talents, his gifts, his sincerity, his bright and shining light.
I don't mean to get all new age and shit, it's just that I have been a musician and athlete all my life. I am in focus with the importance of having talent, vision, spirit, faith and to know one's path. Tiger has not only won the Masters, if you look closely you will also have learned some extremely important lessons to be used in LIFE.
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