Thursday, April 05, 2007

They Should Just Ban Tiger

Watching the Masters has become about as predictable as watching your average episode of Three's Company. (Good lord, could there be a reference that is more dated?) But it’s true. Phil Mickelson has taken his rightful place of chasing Tiger’s tail in the world of golf and this conclusion is as inevitable as the castaways not being able to escape from Gilligan's Island. (Great, found one.) There will, of course, be one unknown (to the general public) who will make a charge at Tiger at some point over the weekend, only to fall woefully short. But no matter what, we will all tune in to see Tiger make a mockery of the best players in the sport.

For you gamblers out there, is anybody willing to take the field against Tiger? No way.

7 comments:

Tony Dungy said...
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Anonymous said...

The post above is an imposter. Nix it.

NFL Adam said...

Gotcha. Yeah, the Tony Dungy handle has already been established by one of the senior Comment Monkees.

Mini Me said...

I would take Tiger every time. But hey is it that predictable? Tiger isn't winning right now. I guess if it is predictable, today everyone falls apart and Tiger will find himself about 2 strokes behind. Catch em on Saturday, cruise to victory on Sunday. Maybe it is too predictable! But what Tiger brings to the game in general is good stuff. We really should be criticizing the other players for being so much inferior to Tiger. That is the amazing thing, how Tiger is on a level of his own.

the caddiemaster said...

Admittedly, I'm posting this on friday night, but I'd take the field every time. Tiger has played 10 masters as a professional, and won 4. That makes the field a 3:2 favorite. I'll take the field at even money.

Anonymous said...

God, hope you all didnt bet your mortgages, haha.

NFL Adam said...

Luckily, no.