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Comment from: Brandon Tucker [Member] Email
I expect Woods' firm to build 75-100 courses in his lifetime. It would be more except there isn't as much of a boom as when Jack and Gary embarked on it.

I don't expect him to revolutionize the industry by building a bunch of $50 gems.

I do hope that one course. ONE COURSE - is designed for value, juniors, the common folk, someone who NEEDS it.

If I was a betting man, I would bet against it though.



12/04/06 @ 01:12
Comment from: sid [Visitor] Email
It will come Brandon T you can bet on it....
it will come when
Tiger can afford to
for sure! Lets give this young man a chance.
12/04/06 @ 01:57
Comment from: Brandon Tucker [Member] Email
Afford to? Are you serious??

Somehow I think Tiger is getting the lighting bill paid these days...

12/04/06 @ 04:21
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Sid,
Why wouldn't he choose the first course to continue to make the statement he and his father first made in 1996? Symbolic, I know, but semantics are everything in the power circles...especially as it filters down to the young and hopeful.
12/04/06 @ 08:08
Comment from: Kiel Christianson [Member] Email
Agreed, Ron. Certainly Tiger is already eyeing his "legacy"--the sort of course you describe wuold be a great way to add to it in a positive way.

Nevertheless, don't sell yourself short. As a TG writer, doors are open to you, even Dubai. Start researching that junket now, and get your name on the list!
12/04/06 @ 11:13
Comment from: Booger [Visitor] Email
I heard it's going to be 7700 yards long.
Ridiculous.
12/04/06 @ 15:57
Comment from: Lamb and Lynx [Visitor] Email
Mucus,

You are starting to be able to form legible sentences...We are impressed....Cross breeding have not done much brain damage in your case...



12/05/06 @ 14:11
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
"Cross breeding have not done much brain damage in your case..."

Now THERE'S a fine sentence...speak of the pot calling the kettle black!
12/05/06 @ 14:21
Comment from: Lamb and Lynx [Visitor] Email
Ron Mon,

Do you want our autograph? Do you want to come to our concert in the fine state of Arkansas next month?
12/05/06 @ 15:46
Comment from: Booger [Visitor] Email
autograph or autographs?
12/05/06 @ 17:34
Comment from: sid [Visitor] Email
I think the Tiger Woods Learning Center
is a good start for this young man.
Tell me one sports person dead or alive
who did more!

What about other golfers who are
in the designing business?


12/05/06 @ 20:00
Comment from: BV [Visitor] Email
Interesting point Ron Mon, and not as strident as either Wolfram or Baldwin (con/pro resp.), but take a longer view, OK? If Tiger is compensated as most expect - nearly 100 MILLION dollars - for building this course, isn't it MORE likely he'll have the "disposable" funds to create one or more course for the 'masses'?

Besides...who says we aren't going to get to play Tiger's Dubai course? Last I checked it was about $2000 or so to fly there from the US East Coast, and probably another $2000 or so to stay for a week. Tack on another $500 or so for the Tiger golf course and you're out of there for under $5000...that's not so bad!
12/18/06 @ 14:12

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