Monday, December 5, 2011

I'd Like the Tiger, With a Side of Mashed Potatoes

"Get in the hole" is one of the most tired sayings in the history of sports. It ranks right up there with "if the playoffs started today ..." (but they don't, so it doesn't matter ... like at all) and when announcers remind us constantly that a challenge must have inconclusive evidence to be overturned (we know).

So it's nice to see someone go with another thing when the most popular golfer in the world is teeing off. That's what happened to Tiger Woods, who hit his tee shot on the 72nd hole at the Chevron World Challenge only to have a spectator go with a different sort of cheer.

Watch ...

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is something that was started Down Under, I think:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJZw3dUZyVU&feature=related

Cyril said...

Actually, no it wasn't.

IIRC, the bunker shot that DJ hit at Whistling Strait (yah, THAT bunker shot); someone yelled the same thing.

So we're going back over a year with this thing now.

Anonymous said...

Ha, okay you win.

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