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Discussion in 'Golf' started by jaxvid, Oct 15, 2004.
Too funny! It's almost like CFers were given the opportunity to script his downfall.
Woodsâ€™ triple bogey on Hole #11 today was perhaps the worst collection of professional golf shots Iâ€™ve ever seen. The announcers, whoâ€™ve been given a rare treat given Tigerâ€™s success this week, were quite shockedâ€¦but they tried not to dwell on it, and simply mentioned that â€œTiger now drops to 7 shots back from the leader.â€
2015 has been Tiger's worst season as a professional and all hope was lost after being cut at the PGA Championship. I like how he "teased" the media one last time before another humiliating face plant!
Lol. On the golf channel pregame, they has this debate: "If Tiger wins the Wyndham, will it be a bigger story than Jordan Spieth's performances at the majors?" The black host argued vigorously for the Tiger story...smh
It seems we're going to have Tiger around for quite awhile now whether he's playing or not.
Reports are surfacing the Woods has told Ryder Cup Captain Davis Love III that he wants to be a part of the 2016 Ryder Cup Team, in any capacity, uuugghhh.
Woods "will do whatever it takes" to help the U.S. Ryder Cup Team win at Hazeltine in 2016, and that means serving as an assistant to Davis Love III if he can't make the team as a player.
....and we know what that means! An apprenticeship under Love III in 2016 could serve as a try out as future captain.
Even though the PGA, especially the Americans, are in a great place right now with some of the best young talent in years, Spieth, Fowler, the Johnson's Zach and Dustin, Watson, Reed, etc., I can see the U.S. winning when and if Tiger gets a shot and being the "captain" with the intelligence and talent to put it all together and leading the U.S. team to victory. Even though this group should be able to do it alone.
Woods is currently ranked 299th in the world.
Take a look at this video and tell me what you guys think?
We live in a strange corruptible world with certain agendas, so a lot of things are possible.
I find it interesting that, according to Wikipedia, "Tiger learned golf first on the U.S. military courses in southern California.". I guess it's possible that he was "programmed" or "hypnotized" using certain MK-Ultra mind control techniques to help augment and progress his physical game.
He could've been "groomed", early on, by the PTB ("Illuminati"), like I believe 0bama was, to progress their racial, cultural and NWO agenda. Notice how both of them can do no wrong in the eyes (or should I say "eye") of the mainstream (read: controlled ("Illuminati")) media. Note how he started to slowly "lose it" after his father (controller/handler?) died in 2006.
His temperament also started to change with his cussing, cursing and spitting, tossing, slamming and sometimes hurling his clubs. Being curt with reporters, disrespectful to his adoring ("Illuminati"-brainwashed) fans (which ties in to what I mention in my paragraph above.) Almost as if his "spell" (programming) was broken and he started reverting to his dominant, TNB, genetic code.
Maybe Tiger Woods was just a physically-fit multicultural talisman who appeared at a very convenient moment in our cultural zeitgeist timeline. Who knows!
I think you should put this in the "Happy Hour" thread for further discussion. I think this topic is bigger than Tiger or Serena being hypnotized or alter egos. The illuminati and demonic (Satanic) worship is taking over the souls and lives of many people especially young adults and children.
"But mark this: There will TERRIBLE TIMES in the last days. People will be lovers of themselves, lovers of money, boastful,, proud, abusive, disobedient to their parents, brutal,......NOT lovers of good, LOVERS of PLEASURE rather than LOVERS of GOD-Having a form GODLINESS but denying it's power.
"Have Nothing to do with Them." II Timothy, 3:1-5.
This is a good site for those interested in mind control and illuminati/satanic symbolism and rituals: http://vigilantcitizen.com/
Was just reading an AP report on Woods. He had back surgery on September 16th, which was public knowledge, but then had another unidentified "procedure in the same area" on October 30th. He is still unable to rehab much less train, and "there is no timetable" for his return according to a Woods quote. Asked the degree to which he can function, he said, "I walk. I walk and I walk some more."
So he still can't even swing a golf club. He turns 40 on December 30th. No more majors are in store for Tiger, and maybe no more tournament wins of any kind. It's been over two years since his last win and he's now 400th in the world rankings. Hard to believe he fell so hard, so fast, not that it should evoke any sympathy given his character and the adoring media that will still over-publicize and lionize him by an absurd amount.
Woods turned 40 the other day. Very few golfers have done much after hitting their 40s. And 2016 marks eight years since he won his 14th and most likely final major at the age of 32.
2016 also marks 20 years since Woods joined the PGA Tour. He's now washed up, and in the past two decades not a single competitive Magical Negro has emerged on either the men's or women's tour. The many pundits and "experts" who predicted a black takeover of golf in the wake of Tiger couldn't have been more wrong. What's especially interesting is that there were always a few good blacks on the PGA Tour from the 1960s until Tiger came around and now there are none.
Woods won't be playing in the U.S. Open next week, and likely won't play in the British Open either. He hasn't played a PGA Tour event since last August and is nowhere close to playing again. According to a wire report, Woods played but five holes when he opened a golf course in Houston, and "was also seen swinging a club at a junior clinic in South Carolina and at his media day at Congressional -- three swings from 100 yards to the 10th green, all of them in the water." What a rapid and complete giving out of his body, but of course no speculation about the role performance enhancing drugs may have played.
Don, responding to your last 3 posts on Woods.
Beyond his character issues, it's not "Hard to believe he fell so fast, so hard..." His back problems are a common golfer ailment with the constant repetitive asymmetrical swinging of the torso. If his condition required multiple back surgeries, then swinging a golf club is the worst possible thing he could do. He tried to come back too soon, too often after surgery, and has compounded his injuries. You can call that washed up, but it's not because of his intrinsic game, but because his body is injured in the worst possible way for a golfer. If he used PED's they may have contributed to the problem, but PED's didn't make him the sharp shooter he once was. The media idolatry of the magic Negro (? Mama-San didn't count in the racial spoils game) is and has been the usual revolting, groveling, cucky, White virtue signaling. To a lesser degree the pedestal our culture puts ALL athletes on, is out of proportion to the true value of Sports. Sports idolatry has always been a symptom of a spiritually polluted culture. I recognize the truth in these words: 1st Timothy 4:7-8 "...train yourself with godly devotion as your aim. For physical training is beneficial for a little, but godly devotion is beneficial for all things, as it holds promise of the life now, and the life that is to come." Even a non Christian can benefit from the wisdom in those words as life's priorities should be balanced. I'm as guilty as anyone of transgressing that advice.
Assuming Wood's isn't confined to a wheelchair when the 2017 Masters Tournament rolls around next April, it'll have been 9 years since Wood's last major championship at the US Open in 2008.
That's the benefit of 20/20 hindsight. If you thought in 2008 after Woods won his 14th major at the age of 32 that he would not win any more, or that by his late 30s he would be in the 400s in the world rankings, congratulations, you were the only one. It's nothing less than astounding the way his career crashed and burned in a sport where most stars peak in their 30s and many remain competitive into their early to mid-40s. I don't think even the most ardent Woods hater thought such a scenario was possible.
I just stumbled across this article today about Tiger Woods and his upcoming "comeback". The CBS writer for this is in full slobbering Tiger worship mode. This is what to expect from golf journalists as Woods makes his long-awaited (by them) return. I think he'll crash and burn and it will be more of the same, myself.
Tiger backed out of that one, but sent tingles of ecstatic joy up and down the legs of White golf writers everywhere when he announced he'll be playing at the Hero World Challenge the first week of December, which is held in the Bahamas and isn't an official PGA Tour event.
In his last seven PGA Tour events in 2015, the 831st ranked player in the world finished 71st, missed cut, 32nd, missed cut, 18th, missed cut, and 10th.
Gee, 831st now. I wonder if anyone of the Magical Race that loves golf so much has overtaken him in the rankings yet.
Yes. Harold Varner III is ranked 181st.
Woods played his first tournament golf in 15 months last week -- at his own tournament, the Hero World Challenge, played in the Bahamas with a 17 man field, all of them stars on the PGA Tour. Tiger had his moments, contending for the lead for a while in the second round before fading badly yesterday and finishing 15th. NBC and the Golf Channel were of course giddy with delight that their idol had returned to make tingles run up and down their legs.
Hideki Matsuyama of Japan won the tournament. He's the hottest player in the world right now and has risen to 6th in the rankings. So Woods, who turns 41 later this month, is now not only no longer the best "Asian" player in the world, he's not even the best black one, as Harold Varner won a tournament in Australia over the weekend.
Golf is a younger man's sport now with the longer driving the lads are up to. Older men just putter around. Woods is far and faded never to return. Glad he's gone; the broadcasters were insufferable.
Yep. I watched about as much as I could stand and the coverage was 2-1 Woods to the rest of the field. Even during the last round when he was languishing near the bottom, his every shot was shown. I'm going to chalk it up to him being the host and his first tournament back in 15 months, but I'm probably wrong. If he stays healthy, he'll be the focus of a lot of tournaments this season no matter where he finishes. Unless of course, he misses the cut. I wouldn't mind the coverage if he was near the top, but this has gotten ridiculous!
Tiger withdraws from an event today in Dubia due to back spasms. The media waited so patiently for his "big comeback" and now he may not even make it to The Masters.
Woods has his fourth back surgery, all but done for the rest of 2017.
Gee, I'm glad he never used PEDs, in that case he'd have the body of a 90 year old instead of a 70 year old.
Tiger Woods had a fourth back surgery to alleviate pain, rest of 2017 season in doubt
Stick a fork in him, he's done. If Woods does return in 2018, it'll have been 10 years since his last major victory.
I'm always kind of disappointed every time he's injured, as I'd much prefer that Tiger plays in every tournament. It's far more satisfying to watch the Tiger Uber Alles golf media and ESPN waist hours of their air time discussing (and as Don describes it "wooing him to victory") their swarthy hero's chances...only to see him either miss the cut or fail miserably on the weekend. Plus, I like rooting against the guy!
After Tiger turned pro in 1996, we heard for many years that he would be just the first of many blacks on the PGA Tour now that they were getting a chance.
The First Tee was set up in '97 largely to get more young blacks into golf. Well, where are they?
Of course there had been many blacks on the tour from the '60s thru the '80s: Sifford, Brown, Elder, Dent, Thorpe and Peete come to mind. But the truth doesn't fit the MSM narrative.