It’s Tiger time
Go see Tiger Woods. Take the kids to see him. What you are going to see is the awe that is always present.
Golfers and spectators will see a great golfer in his element.
I’ve been around Woods on many occasions and enjoy all tournaments in which he participates. Everything about a PGA Tour event is more special when he tees it up.
Ready for the final act
I marvel at how some continue to be delusional about Tiger Woods (“From the Morning Read inbox,” Jan. 8, http://bit.ly/2AF66MI). He is clearly in the last act of what will likely be a tragedy-type ending.
Alex Miceli merely, but accurately, chronicled that reality (“Woods’ first bad move of ’18: Torrey debut,” Jan. 5, http://bit.ly/2F4JbOk).
Eager for return … and exit
I am not a fan of Tiger Woods. I think he is the greatest golfer ever, but he is an awful human being. With that said, I disagree with your assessment.
Woods won eight PGA Tour events at Torrey Pines, grew up somewhat near the course and played there many times as a junior golfer.
If you look at all of the Tour stops for 2018, Torrey Pines has to be in Woods’ top five in terms of comfort level.
I look forward to watching him play at Torrey Pines, and I hope that he misses the cut.
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