Tiger did make one very big personal revelation over the weekend. He now wears man-jewelry! He showed Golf Channel viewers his new accessory -- a bracelet for protection and strength.
As "Wall Street's" Gordon Gekko famously opined, "Greed is good." And Tiger's comeback clearly demonstrates how quickly the greedy, bored, desperate golf industry will welcome him back with open arms.
Many revel in the brand damage Woods has gone through in recent months: loss of sponsors, public embarrassment, physical injury, and the isolation from friends and family ...
Having just accepted the best golf player in the world is an African American, now the winner of one of the four "Majors" tournaments is Korean, which will drive the Lou Dobbs division of the wing nut association crazy.
Golf fans have always enjoyed the kid in Garcia--or tried to, anyway. But as he nears 30, exiting the era of his precocious youth, it's time for the kid to grow up.
One of these days, Woods and Mickelson are going to need to recognize that, like Palmer and Nicklaus, they are forever joined, even if Tiger will have the grander career.
If Tiger manages to pull off a win this year, it will take either a phenomenal performance or a complete meltdown from the leaders.
Woods, being preposterously talented, knows equivalent talent when he sees it. Anyone can see that Anthony Kim is pretty good. But Tiger sees something more.
The Masters is all about having a tight grouping of half a dozen players around the lead on Sunday, so that when the leaders make the turn to the back nine, there will be a shootout.
If viewers have access to the many, many hours that constitute the first 63 holes, what's the point of a scintillating Sunday back-nine if you've already seen the players grind their way around the long and challenging course three times?
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