Sunday, April 10, 2005

Master Woods!!!!

WOW, what a finish to this years first PGA major, the Masters! And the title of the tournament speaks for itself...masters of golf! Tiger's chip on #16 for a birdie was without a doubt the best shot I have seen in years, if not ever. Just between the lie, the notion that DiMarco was 15ft from a birdie, sitting 1 stroke ahead on Sunday during the Masters, and where he had to chip it, the landing area had to be perfect to the inch...unbelivable. I didn't think Tiger stood a chance after that opening round he back or what?


Blogger RED said...

He is back and that was very imprtessive , that shot on 16 was the shit man. I tell ya I don't watch much golf but the way that playoff was setup for the Masters tops em all. Tiger is the man and Yes he is back! Wonder how Els fealt to pass over that jacket he has worked so long for and to have to give it to somebody who has won it 3 times before today... Wow.

10:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That was definitely one of the most exciting Masters since Nicklaus in '86. Tiger was destined to win this one. However, he proved on the back 9 Sunday he was as human as the rest of them. He did everything he could to give that Masters away. His tee shot at 10, his tee shot at 13, his tee shots at 16, 17, and 18. His inability to recover on 17 and 18. I've never seen this from Tiger, especially on the back 9 of a major. This should prove for an interesting year between he and VJ. Tiger is definitely back, let's just see if he remains human.

2:49 PM  
Blogger mediaguru @ said...

That was the best shot I've ever seen on 16. If he's 1/8" off in any direction it doesn't go in.

Tiger's brain is there, but his driving is the only problem. He can't hit 57% of his fairways at the US Open.

How good would he be if he hit his driver straight? Scarrrrryyy.

mediaguru @

8:00 PM  
Blogger CosmicPal said...

That was indeed a super shot on 16, but I'd be hard-pressed to agree that was the best shot.

If you recall the shot Tom Watson made on number 17 during the Masters when he was just told that Nicklaus birdied 18 to take the lead- Tom chipped in from deep rough nearly up to his knees with the pin only a few short feet from the edge of the green. The mere fact he got under that ball and stopped it right in front of the pin and it rolled in for a birdie was absolutely remarkable. That was one of the best shots.

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