Have you caught the hype of late about Vijay Singh becoming golf's first 10/10 man, the first to win 10 tournaments in a year and also $10 million? The first part, winning 10 tournaments in a calendar year, would indeed be a great achievement should Singh pull it off. But the second part is completely irrelevant. Any player in the past could have won ten tournaments if he was good enough. But it's only in the past15 years that a really good player could win one million dollars in a year much less ten million. Jack Nicklaus led the money list eight times between 1964 and '76, winning between $113,284 and $353,201. In 1980 Tom Watson became the first golfer to win over half a million dollars. In '88 Curtis Strange was the first to win over a million. In short, calling Singh golf's first 10/10 man is like calling the Red Sox baseball's first 4/125 team -- the first to win four straight games in a playoff seriesand havea payroll of at least $125 million. Stupid media!