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Tiger wins the masters

Discussion in 'The Atrium' started by longtimefan, Apr 14, 2019.

  1. longtimefan

    longtimefan Super Moderator Staff Member Super Moderator

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    Weather you hate or love Tiger, this was an incredible journey back to greatness.
     
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    I love it. The longer the journey back, the sweeter it is. he could have quit a long time ago and still be remembered as one of the greats, and here he is again battling thru a lot of years. Some of his own making and those obstacles can be some of the biggest, and he did it. Good for him.
     
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    weeds Fiber deprived old guy.

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    I'm not a golf guy at all but Tiger's ex-wife was stunning ... and she's wealthy. I mean, sign me up.
     
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    Zartan Lets Go UGF Pandas! Staff Member Moderator

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    When he had those back surgeries and in consistent pain I dident think he would golf again at a competitive level. He made a crazy comeback.
     
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    That was amazing. A great moment for golf, for sure. Great crowd, chanting his name like it was a pro wrestling match.

    Oddly, this reminds me a bit of Aaron Rodgers. Tiger had fallen from grace, was revealed to have cheated on his wife with multiple escorts, got divorced, lost his golf game. I didn't care about any of that, I liked to watch him golf. Nobody's perfect, and walk a mile in someone's shoes before you judge them and all that. And now everyone is behind him again. A nice redemption story.

    Now everybody is ripping on Rodgers. Of course, what he's done isn't so terrible. He's just accused of not having the best, most sunshiny personality that everyone loves to be around. I really don't give a sh!t, none of that matters to me. I just want him to play winning football. Let's hope this ends in redemption for him as well, with a Packers Super Bowl victory.
     
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    Good for him. All the issues he has had over the years to pull out of it and to win the masters is awesome.
     
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    I read on Fox (I read them all) that POTUS is considering giving Tiger a Presidential Medal of Freedom. I'm not making this up
     
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    It’s like when GQ nominates a person of the year or something. While I like what Tiger has done, and I’d never though it get goosebumps from the sport of Golf yet I did, I don’t think what he did is medal worthy.
     

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