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Comment from: Chris [Visitor] Email
Are you upset that he's being paid $25 million, or are you mad that he’s being paid before he’s been successful at his craft? If my memory serves me correctly, he was paid a substantial amount before he ever played in a tournament on the PGA tour. Having said that, shouldn’t we withhold bias until the finished product is created?

He was a child prodigy and possibly the greatest golfer ever! If he’s half as good at golf architecture as he is at playing the golf, then he’ll have a very successful career. Which is more than you can say for Greg Norman or other mediocre course designers.
12/22/06 @ 18:11
Comment from: Fred [Visitor]
I think your analysis is a bit thin. Tiger's the greatest. He knows how a good golf course should play. I bet it will be tough, but fair. $25 million is good compensation to have the Tiger Woods brand, in my opinion.
12/23/06 @ 13:52
Comment from: w glenn [Visitor] Email
sorry peeps golf is still a ceacker sport
iam glad for the tiger to crack the good ol boy image.
excuse me if i sound racist, iam not
all of this sound so racist,
12/26/06 @ 07:21

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