Re: 2013 Golf Season Thread
Obviously, Tiger Woods is back and once again 'The Man' in golfing circles today. He is, at the very least, number two of all-time, with very strong credentials for being placed at the top of the heap. I admit to having a couple of biases in this debate. One, The Golden Bear was on the prowl during my formative years. Two, Jack Nicklaus is from Ohio. I understand that where a player is from should not matter. But human beings are funny like that. And I am guilty as charged in that respect. I'd like to present one pretty amazing fact though. From The British Open in 1970 through The British Open in 1978, a span of 33 majors, Jack finished in the top ten an astounding 31 times, never finishing lower than 13th in any event. For nearly an entire decade he was a factor in seemingly every single majors event. That is impressive no matter how you slice it.
Zero chance the Reds miss the playoffs!