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  1. Jack or Tiger: Who's the Greatest Golfer?

    I wasn't "joining a conversation".  I was stating my view as invited to do by the site.  And if I happen to repeat what's already been said and some patronising people don't like that, tough.  Enough said.
  2. Jack or Tiger: Who's the Greatest Golfer?

    Thanks for the heads up.  I'm too long in the tooth to get upset by that.  It just amuses me that some people take it and themselves so seriously, but I guess if it's that important to them, that's OK.  I say just enjoy the golf.  Smell the coffee.  Ultimately it's not that important who's the best golfer.  What is important is that they and others are great and we're lucky to have so many fantastic golfers to watch and enjoy in our time.
  3. Jack or Tiger: Who's the Greatest Golfer?

    Thanks for your support, Afighter.  That's just what I was doing - expressing my view and there's nothing wrong with that.  That's exactly what this thread is for, JBishop15.  As you say, I don't want to be rude but you do seem to have a lot of anger in you.  No need to get heated.  it's just people's opinions and their views are just as valid as yours.  We all know the Stats., by the way.
  4. Jack or Tiger: Who's the Greatest Golfer?

    No question about it.  Jack by a mile - both as a golfer and as a man.  Jack is twice the man Tiger is. Just look at the whole picture - the figures and the man himself.  Apart from being the greatest golfer he has conducted himself and his life in a way that has only brought honour to the game - can't say the same about Tiger.  And Jack achieved his wins and Stats. through an era that didn't have the ball and club technology that gave Tiger a tremendous advantage.
  5. Sounds good to me. Thanks
  6. Thanks.  I'll try that.
  7. Thanks for the welcome.  Sandwiches and nibbling all the time seems like a good idea to me.  I'll try it.  Thanks.
  8. Gibby, I'm in pretty good shape at 76 and can play a good front nine but my game collapses on the back 9 due to tiredness and body ache.  I guess there's no cure for old age but we still want to carry on!