Funny comics #13 (with a nod to Tiger Woods)

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Tiger Woods wouldn’t go to this extreme to win a tournament, would he? ūüėģ As of this date, Tiger has won 5 tournaments in a row, dating back to last season. If you count worldwide tournaments (Dubai Desert Classic) and unofficial tournaments (Target World Challenge), he has won 7 in a row.

Currently, Tiger is playing in the CA Championship at Doral. He’s going after his his fourth straight victory at Doral and his fourth straight CA Championship. Furthermore, Tiger is aiming for his fourth consecutive WGC win. Wow.

In terms of golfing history, his victory in the Arnold Palmer Invitational at the Bay Hill Course in Orlando, Florida gave Woods PGA Tour victory No. 64, tying Hogan for third place on the all-time list behind Jack Nicklaus (73) and Sam Snead (82). Double Wow.

Sorry, LeBron — we are all witnesses, not to you, but to Tiger Woods.

Tale of the tape

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On the heels of Tiger Woods’ recent victory in the 2007 PGA Championship at Southern Hills, I will compare Tiger’s game to golf’s all-time great Jack Nicklaus. The only significant golf that I watched of Jack Nicklaus was during his victory in the 1986 Masters. Amazingly, I thought golf was boring back then. Although I’m not a expert on Jack Nicklaus, I’ve read a number of articles on his game and I’ve seen a number of video clips of him playing during his prime.

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A Tiger who knows his place in the world

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Here’s a comment Tiger Woods made to the AP after two of the top golfers, Zach Johnson and Phil Mickelson, withdrew from the Memorial Tournament going on at Dublin, Ohio:

“You’ve got two marquee players, the Masters champion and, obviously, Phil being the second-best player in the world,” Woods said. “It’s too bad for the tournament.”

Talk about rubbing salt in Phil’s wound. Phil withdrew due to an injured wrist, incurred after playing 11 holes.¬† It is a fact that Tiger is¬†ranked #1 and¬†Lefty is ranked #2, but¬†could the¬†greatest golfer whoever lived show some humility?¬†Oh well,¬†this keeps the Tiger vs. Lefty saga all the more intriguing.

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