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Old 04-12-2006, 11:21 AM
papa smurf papa smurf is offline
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Oh poor tiger has heartbreak at the Mastersfrom, Ga. -- There had to be some agony that accompanied all the glory. For all of his success in the major championships, Tiger Woods never really felt the gut-wrenching despair of defeat. Not until Sunday.Sure, there had been disappointment. Such as the second-place finish to Rich Beem at the 2002 PGA Championship. Or the runner-up finish to Michael Campbell at last summer's U.S. Open.But neither of those losses felt as bad as Woods' tie for third at The Masters.Now he knows how Jack Nicklaus must have felt.Nicklaus won 18 majors, but finished runner-up 19 times. Some of those defeats were heartbreaking.Woods had never felt that pain. He has won all 10 of his majors from in front, never coming from behind to win. Often, Woods either contends and wins, or is not that close.This time was different.Woods finished 3 strokes behind Phil Mickelson, then had to put the green jacket on his rival, all the while wondering how it wasn't him being fitted for a fifth.

?? Why are people feeling sorry for Tiger? The guy has 4 majors which ties him with Palmer and puts him only two back behind Nicklaus. He won last year. If he's so good and talented, why doesn't he blow on Sunday. Which he did, he blew it on two gimme puts(well for him anyway).
Throw away your new nike putter tiger!
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