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Comment from: tasha [Visitor]
Those who debate don't understand Tiger's mindset. Being creative, skilfull and smart around the course is what makes him win.

Links golf is different from the groomed, treed, water hazard filled courses in North America. Tiger did what he needed to do to win the Open. That's what it's about--winning, isn't it? Sometimes it's pretty and sometimes it's not, but whose name is on the trophies.

Some have said (including Gary Player, that it was boring, not entertaining enough, and that Tiger may be known as a "short hitter" if he uses the same strategies in every major--how absurd is that?)

He already knows what he's going to do at Medina. He'll do whatever it takes to win and his competition should do the same, then the entertainment value will be elevated.

07/24/06 @ 18:22

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