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Posted: 2/12/2012 2:25:42 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by lancer89074:

As the Juiceman is stumblin' and bumblin' he is making Vegas Veteran look like some kind of Nostradamus. It is almost too painful to watch Woods now.

He has become a shadowy caricature of himself. After that round, need I say that his confidence is shot and I mean in the 'big picture' sense of the word.

I give Vegas Veteran his props and that is as it should be. He put up with all kinds of flack from the assorted ball lickers and 'dead between the ears' dupes of the media.

Woods may indeed never win another tournament again let alone a major as earlier stated by VV. He has met his Buster Douglas and his Waterloo.
Second dumbest poster on Covers ... congrats... PS the partys just starting win or not this week... good call rainman....
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Posted: 2/13/2012 8:45:15 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by ArtSchlichterJr:

Second dumbest poster on Covers ... congrats... PS the partys just starting win or not this week... good call rainman....


And yet all of that being said, I could kick your friggin behind.
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Posted: 2/13/2012 12:58:43 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by lancer89074:



And yet all of that being said, I could kick your friggin behind.
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Posted: 2/13/2012 1:39:23 PM
Do you guys realize he still finished t15 among the best players in the world?
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Posted: 2/13/2012 3:19:53 PM
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Originally Posted by NoWorries21:

Do you guys realize he still finished t15 among the best players in the world?

YES, RIGHT BEHIND THE LIKES OF CHARLIE Wii, RICKY BARNES, JIMMY WALKER(& HIS ALL-STARS), KEN DUKE, KEVIN NA, JASON COATRACK, GREG OWEN, KEVIN STREELMAN & BRENDAN TODD!

NW, WHEN YOU GET BEAT ON SUNDAY BY 56 PLAYERS IN THE FIELD YOU KNOW YOU GOT SOME MAJOR PROBLEMS.

IF ISSUES WERE TISSUES, TIG IS A FUKIN KLEENEX FACTORY!

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Posted: 2/13/2012 8:53:54 PM
You do realize Tiger cannot putt?
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Posted: 2/14/2012 9:41:08 PM

Qmich that is a sick photo man

Tiger will win couple PGA tour events and im thinking Masters by 3 shots....

ANY GIVEN SUNDAY...............

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Posted: 2/15/2012 8:05:13 AM
"when you get beat on Sunday by 56 players in the field you know you got some major problems".

No, no, no, stupid...it means you had a bad day.

I bet most of us on here wouldn't mind Tigers "major problems".

Where did his "major problems" go the first 3 rounds?
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Posted: 2/15/2012 5:47:14 PM
1) Tiger will dwarf Jack;
2) PGA and the networks will $$$$ Bank off Tiger;
3) Tiger has issues eg re Sammy and Mark's 
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Posted: 3/25/2012 5:53:58 PM
He'll win 2 this year at least.
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Posted: 3/25/2012 6:29:31 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by clepto:

He'll win 2 this year at least.
It must have killed you to not post till now.You could be Dan Hicks brother never seen anyone lick his nuts as much.  Blister seems to have healed up good hope it holds up for Masters.
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Posted: 3/25/2012 7:09:44 PM
Jacks record is all but toast.
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Posted: 3/25/2012 7:13:30 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by clepto:

Jacks record is all but toast.

Jack's record is all safe.  Tiger too old, too many injuries.


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Posted: 3/25/2012 7:30:57 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by lancer89074:

As the Juiceman is stumblin' and bumblin' he is making Vegas Veteran look like some kind of Nostradamus. It is almost too painful to watch Woods now.

He has become a shadowy caricature of himself. After that round, need I say that his confidence is shot and I mean in the 'big picture' sense of the word.

I give Vegas Veteran his props and that is as it should be. He put up with all kinds of flack from the assorted ball lickers and 'dead between the ears' dupes of the media.

Woods may indeed never win another tournament again let alone a major as earlier stated by VV. He has met his Buster Douglas and his Waterloo.
....  Golfers all have two stages in their golf life... Jack went two years at just about Tigers age.. without a major win.. Stage two has started... wont win again....... said it very early in this thread  if you could break 100 you knew Tiger was far from done...
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Posted: 3/25/2012 8:21:39 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by ArtSchlichterJr:

....  Golfers all have two stages in their golf life... Jack went two years at just about Tigers age.. without a major win.. Stage two has started... wont win again....... said it very early in this thread  if you could break 100 you knew Tiger was far from done...
Look out Jack, he might not lose a tourney from here on out, not just this year but ever.
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Posted: 3/25/2012 11:03:33 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by PokerProErik:


Jack's record is all safe.  Tiger too old, too many injuries.



 If Fred Couples could putt he would've won the Masters 2-3 years ago........at age 49-50.......with a bad back.
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Posted: 3/26/2012 3:32:03 PM

Cant putt????

Before his win he had made 81 of 91 putts within 10 feet of the hole in last 7 rounds.

That is class above

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Posted: 3/26/2012 4:19:09 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by benhogan76:

Look out Jack, he might not lose a tourney from here on out, not just this year but ever.
Jack was the best ever before Tiger.. But by  the time he quits Tiger will hold EVERY record in the books (owns 95% of them now) and they will stand like forever as the fields today are LIGHT YEARS ahead of Arnie's or Jacks field from top to bottom as golf on the tour is now a true International field not just Gary Player coming in and teeing it up..
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Posted: 3/26/2012 4:58:34 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by ArtSchlichterJr:

Jack was the best ever before Tiger.. But by  the time he quits Tiger will hold EVERY record in the books (owns 95% of them now) and they will stand like forever as the fields today are LIGHT YEARS ahead of Arnie's or Jacks field from top to bottom as golf on the tour is now a true International field not just Gary Player coming in and teeing it up..


Again, Nicklaus faced Palmer, Player, Watson, Miller, Trevino et. al. Out of Tiger's competition put up a similar group of competitors and name names. Of course you can't. Els, Singh and Mickelson are not in their league. Nicklaus also had 19 second place finishes in the majors which translates to some pretty fierce battles with his competition which you scorn.

Beating the old geezers this week (Els, Singh, Mickelson) and a struggling McDowell proved nothing to me. Of course it was enough for you to jump on the old Woods bandwagon again.

Time will prove one of us wrong. The ravages of time are taking their toll on Woods just like any other human and though he looked good remember who his competition was this past week. No, Ian Poulter and Bubba Watson are not that good and do not make for great competition for the ages.
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Posted: 3/26/2012 6:30:09 PM
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Again, Nicklaus faced Palmer, Player, Watson, Miller, Trevino et. al. Out of Tiger's competition put up a similar group of competitors and name names. Of course you can't. Els, Singh and Mickelson are not in their league. Nicklaus also had 19 second place finishes in the majors which translates to some pretty fierce battles with his competition which you scorn.

Beating the old geezers this week (Els, Singh, Mickelson) and a struggling McDowell proved nothing to me. Of course it was enough for you to jump on the old Woods bandwagon again.

Time will prove one of us wrong. The ravages of time are taking their toll on Woods just like any other human and though he looked good remember who his competition was this past week. No, Ian Poulter and Bubba Watson are not that good and do not make for great competition for the ages.
Can you please look at how many tourneys Phil has won and Majors won then list for me the guys who have at least the same in wins and majors.  Thanks.
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Posted: 3/26/2012 9:40:09 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by benhogan76:

Can you please look at how many tourneys Phil has won and Majors won then list for me the guys who have at least the same in wins and majors.  Thanks.
Give the man a cigar... Sorry but if ANYONE thinks todays fields are not stronger then Jacks field from top to bottom then they dont understand golf.. sorry...In Jacks day the fields were top heavy because the bottom of the field had NC of winning because of  a severe lack of talent. Todays bottom feeders are PLAYERS with game... Golf is now an International game played by a ton of true athletes.. Back in Jacks day it was rich white kids  (mostly fat out of shape locals who shined) playing the game for the most.. Not today because of the money before Arnie there was NO MONEY in golf.. Sure it was loaded on top in Jacks day but after the top ten alot of average talent.. They made the top ten look better then they were.. Look no further then the number of new winners the last three years its unreal and bears out the strength of the fields today..
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Posted: 3/29/2012 1:39:46 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by benhogan76:

Can you please look at how many tourneys Phil has won and Majors won then list for me the guys who have at least the same in wins and majors.  Thanks.


In head to head competition against Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson has finished in first place four times to Tiger's second place.

None of those tournament wins over Tiger by Mickelson were in one of the four major tournaments.

Nicklaus finished in second place 19 times in major tournaments alone. Let that stat seep into your brain a moment.

Five times Woods has been beaten in major tournaments and finished in second place and none of those guys who beat Tiger were named Phil Mickelson.

Mickelson has won 40 tournaments in his career with 4 victories in the majors. Palmer had 62 tournament wins and 7 majors. Sam Snead had 82 tournament victories and 7 majors. Billy Casper had 51 tournament wins and only 3 majors. Tom Watson had 39  tournament wins and 8 majors. Mickelson also has come up very small with testicles the size of beebees when he has had to play against
Tiger Woods.

If Mickelson has been the fiercest of Wood's competitors (which is subject to debate) over the years, then Woods has gotten a free ride in his dominance of the sport.

Of course we do not know how much performance enhancing drugs might have played a part in Woods career so his dominance is debatable now also.

Also my original point was that Nicklaus faced much fiercer competition in his day from Palmer, Player, Miller, Trevino, Watson, Casper, Snead et. al. Put together a list of  players that Woods played against that matches those names with their level of competitiveness.

Of course you can't. Watson almost won the British Open a few years at the age of 60. That shows you what kind of competitor he was and those other guys listed were ugly tough to beat in their day.




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Posted: 3/30/2012 8:18:24 PM
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In head to head competition against Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson has finished in first place four times to Tiger's second place.

None of those tournament wins over Tiger by Mickelson were in one of the four major tournaments.

Nicklaus finished in second place 19 times in major tournaments alone. Let that stat seep into your brain a moment.

Five times Woods has been beaten in major tournaments and finished in second place and none of those guys who beat Tiger were named Phil Mickelson.

Mickelson has won 40 tournaments in his career with 4 victories in the majors. Palmer had 62 tournament wins and 7 majors. Sam Snead had 82 tournament victories and 7 majors. Billy Casper had 51 tournament wins and only 3 majors. Tom Watson had 39  tournament wins and 8 majors. Mickelson also has come up very small with testicles the size of beebees when he has had to play against
Tiger Woods.

If Mickelson has been the fiercest of Wood's competitors (which is subject to debate) over the years, then Woods has gotten a free ride in his dominance of the sport.

Of course we do not know how much performance enhancing drugs might have played a part in Woods career so his dominance is debatable now also.

Also my original point was that Nicklaus faced much fiercer competition in his day from Palmer, Player, Miller, Trevino, Watson, Casper, Snead et. al. Put together a list of  players that Woods played against that matches those names with their level of competitiveness.

Of course you can't. Watson almost won the British Open a few years at the age of 60. That shows you what kind of competitor he was and those other guys listed were ugly tough to beat in their day.




LMAO ... Sorry my friend if you think even for a minute that todays fields are weaker fron TOP TO BOTTOM then in Jack's day then we cannot hold an informed debate because you are just clueless.. Sorry... go shoot 100 at your local muni ...
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Posted: 3/31/2012 12:31:38 AM
Many more 2 come for Woods he's got 2 much talent and the networks have2 much at steak....forthcoming next week at the Masters back in the zone now as he will dwarf his foes to the dismay of Stevie & Co...
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Posted: 6/3/2012 3:05:02 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by lancer89074:

As the Juiceman is stumblin' and bumblin' he is making Vegas Veteran look like some kind of Nostradamus. It is almost too painful to watch Woods now.

He has become a shadowy caricature of himself. After that round, need I say that his confidence is shot and I mean in the 'big picture' sense of the word.

I give Vegas Veteran his props and that is as it should be. He put up with all kinds of flack from the assorted ball lickers and 'dead between the ears' dupes of the media.

Woods may indeed never win another tournament again let alone a major as earlier stated by VV. He has met his Buster Douglas and his Waterloo.
  .....  ..... great call....
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