Tiger Woods celebrates 30: give him a break
So Tiger Woods gets to celebrate his birth-month. The rest of us usually get only a day to celebrate, or mourn, our birthdays. Woods is taking almost the whole month of January to ease the pain of turning 30, probably on some secluded Caribbean island with his svelte, Swedish wife.
I’ve heard some criticism of Woods for not playing the Mercedes, reserved for PGA Tour winners. I say, stop your belly-aching. It isn’t like he needs the money, and he can probably give the rest of the field a one-month head start and catch up without breaking a sweat.
This isn’t like a high-priced quarterback holding out of training camp. Woods can fall out of bed and beat the best in the world. Give him a break. You only turn 30 once.
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The holiday season must be getting to you...you are actually somewhat magnanimous in your gesture of giving Tiger a break.
I didn't know it was in your nature to be so understanding. I am genuinely impressed.
Have a good holiday.
However, please note it doesn't take the high holidays to change me into a caring, magnanimous individual. I worship Korak, Son of Stone, and we practice the art of kindness year-round.
I thought maybe you went out to see Brokeback Mtn.
Say hello to Korak for me.
What are you smokin', brotha?
Are you nuts? The Mercedes is for WINNERS on the PGA. If Tiger doesn't show up, then I guess that is one less player.
Michelle Wie hasn't earned the right for a Winner's event on the LPGA Tour, so why should she be invited to such an event on the PGA Tour?
Now, I think Michelle Wie has promise, and the criticism she has endured has been too harsh for a competitor her age, but come on!!! Let's get real!!
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