Things Back to Normal in Pro Golf

Now that we have that weird Ryder Cup thing out of the way, we can get back to our regular scheduled golf programming.

Namely, Tiger Woods beating the field into submission — this time by eight shots in another wire-to-wire, take-no-prisoners victory at the WGC in England.

No offense, Tiger, but I’m bored. Can you take some time off like Phil, play the final round left-handed (like Phil), or pretend it’s the Ryder Cup every week just to make it a bit more interesting?

You’re making it look way too easy, man. All the so-called competition want their mommies. No fair!

The Armchair Golfer

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Neil Sagebiel

2 thoughts on “Things Back to Normal in Pro Golf”

  1. Ever see the Rick Riley article about being a TG (Tiger Guy) or a PG (Phil Guy)? The premise was you’re one or the other, but no one is both. Anyway, I used to be a PG, up until The Open this year. After that I became a TG. Every time I get a chance to watch him I feel honored. We’ll tell our grandkids about it. It’s like we’re getting the chance to watch Bobby Jones or Walter Hagen, only better.

  2. You know what? I don’t think I’m a TG or PG. I keep wondering if there’s someone out there who will emerge.

    I agree with your comment about Tiger. Unless something unforseen derails him, he’ll be the greatest. The guy is truly a freak of golf nature.


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