Tiger Woods is back

Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods

Possibly one of the greatest athletes of all time, Tiger Woods will regain his throne. This is an example of a WordPress page, you could edit this to put information about yourself or your site so readers know where you are coming from.

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5 responses to “Tiger Woods is back”

  1. Domain Forum

    It is great to see Tiger back to his old self this year. I had the opportunity to watch him at 3 tournaments this year, and it was the most amazing experience to watch his swing.

  2. Manitowoc Ice Machine

    I think it’s an honor to be a role model to one person or maybe more than that. If you are given a chance to be a role model, I think you should always take it because you can influence a person’s life in a positive light, and that’s what I want to do.

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    Tiger’s father, Earl, is of mixed Black, Chinese and Native American ancestry. His mother, Kultida, is originally from Thailand, and is of mixed Thai, Chinese and Dutch ancestry. This makes Woods himself a quarter Chinese, a quarter Black, a quarter Thai, an eighth Native American and an eighth Dutch.

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  5. John McAlister

    I can honestly say I’m not rooting for or against Tiger Woods. I will just make a prediction: Since golf is such a competitive sport (lots of great players out here), in order to win a major, a player must be more than great; in fact, he must rise above greatness for 4 days in a row. Doing this requires the player to reach deep inside for a special motivation, a deep passion to be the best. Even if they tried, it would be impossible for players to completely hide this kind of emotional frenzy from the viewing public or ones own self for that matter. We have certainly seen this kind of raw ambition from Tiger Woods in the past. The real question is whether he will be able to conjure up this kind of emotional steam now. In my opinion, given that it was this same kind of raw emotion – lust- that got Tiger in so much trouble in his personal life, he will find it exceedingly difficult to invoke it in his golf game. He may even experience a kind of self envy (or self recrimination if you prefer) preventing him from displaying his innermost drive in the most public arena in all of sports. In the final analysis, Tiger may well have done more damage to his own psyche than he did by injuring his family and blowing 100’s of million of dollars of endorsements and public good will. I actually hope that I’m wrong about this prediction; we can only watch and see.
    John McAlister
    Ethical Universe