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Comment from: Oliver Sudden [Visitor] Email
I predict Tiger makes an early exit too. Depending on how things go I give him 5 or 6 more years at most. Frankly I really wonder if Woods wants to play now. People in the know said this knee injury was a complete surprise. On another topic we discussed previously Boo Weekley got a 1 shot penalty at The Players when the wind blew his ball 3 feet away as he was preparing to putt and others were standing around afraid to address putts. When are they going to change this rule ?
05/14/08 @ 00:37
Comment from: Shanks [Member] Email
It's possible that Tiger Woods would drop his Tour membership at some point and only play in the Majors & WGC events. But as long as he has a chance to beat the best in the world, I don't see him quitting unless he was going to run for public office or something like that.

I saw that coverage of the Weekley situation and was thinking the same thing. It's a stupid rule, when the player has to replace the ball anyway. No advantage has been gained.
05/14/08 @ 07:28
Comment from: BV [Visitor]
Run for public office? Well, I don't think he can do any worse than Gov Ventura or Gov Schwatzenegger. One would probably assume (because he's rich as h*ll) that he'd be a Republican too.

Woods for President 2012!
05/14/08 @ 12:28
Comment from: Shanks [Member] Email
Wouldn't surprise me at all.
05/14/08 @ 13:58
Comment from: Nottageek [Visitor] Email
Shame if she quits. Some fun with it here:
05/15/08 @ 03:14

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