Tuesday, February 19, 2008
In a World Without Tiger
To think about golf without Tiger Woods is an interesting concept - what would it be like to never have a true front-runner in every tournament a certain individual plays in?
Greg Hansen, columnist for the Arizona Daily Star, wrote an interesting piece about life in the golf world without the words "Tiger Woods."
The best point he made - If Tiger Woods had never been born — sort of an "It's a Wonderful Life'' of golf — Tom Kite would have won a Masters, Shaun Micheel and Bob May would have won PGA titles. And Woody Austin, too.
Would they still refer to it as a "major'' had May, Micheel and Austin won the PGA?
Anyway, check it out if you have a free minute. It sure beats the hell out of those Lindsay Lohan pictures.