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Poll Results: Is the Tiger Era Over?

 
  • 58% (17)
    Yes
  • 41% (12)
    No
29 Total Votes  
post #91 of 96

This is the Rory Era. Tiger just lives in it.

post #92 of 96
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Originally Posted by 9iron View Post
 

This is the Rory Era. Tiger just lives in it.

 

That's cute.  Or, is it insanity?

 

- Fasted man alive to 79 PGA Tour Wins

- Record for Lowest Scoring Average in PGA Tour History

- Highest purse in PGA Tour History

- Youngest Career Slam in PGA Tour History

- Only player on the planet to have won all four (4) Majors in a row

- Record holder for number of consecutive cuts made

- Longest continuous reign as World Number #1 in PGA Tour History

- 18 WGC Championships

- 2nd longest winning streak in PGA Tour History

 

Oh, I almost forgot:

 

- 14 Major Championships

 

 

Wake me up when somebody else wins at least 10 of them in the Tiger Era.

post #93 of 96

Chamblee is a dope who likes to hear himself talk - occasionally he will be right - this is one of those times IMO.

 

Tiger will still showup and from time to time look like the GTiger of old but as far as an era goes...reference the end of Arnie and the start of Jack - the era has moved on, we are pasted the overlap stage - again IMO.

post #94 of 96

 Tiger's moment in the sun is over. He may come back with a couple wins but there is too much talent out there playing every wk. I have to admit I am suffering from Tiger burn out, I have heard more about him since his back went south than I think I've heard his whole career.

post #95 of 96
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Originally Posted by StealthTrader View Post
 

 

That's cute.  Or, is it insanity?

 

- Fasted man alive to 79 PGA Tour Wins

- Record for Lowest Scoring Average in PGA Tour History

- Highest purse in PGA Tour History

- Youngest Career Slam in PGA Tour History

- Only player on the planet to have won all four (4) Majors in a row

- Record holder for number of consecutive cuts made

- Longest continuous reign as World Number #1 in PGA Tour History

- 18 WGC Championships

- 2nd longest winning streak in PGA Tour History

 

Oh, I almost forgot:

 

- 14 Major Championships

 

 

Wake me up when somebody else wins at least 10 of them in the Tiger Era.

No-one is doubting Tiger's achievements. But they are becoming "the past" and he even looks old and tired.

Why do you even need to list them? The Tiger "era" is clearly at an end.

Would you be betting on him being better than McIlroy over the next 10 years?

 

People will be anticipating the excitement of watching Rory play in the way they did Tiger up until a year or so ago.

People are over Tiger. They want the old Tiger but he's not coming back.

If you can't see that we are in a transitional "handover" phase, you are blind.

post #96 of 96
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Originally Posted by Shorty View Post
 

No-one is doubting Tiger's achievements. But they are becoming "the past" and he even looks old and tired.

Why do you even need to list them? The Tiger "era" is clearly at an end.

Would you be betting on him being better than McIlroy over the next 10 years?

 

People will be anticipating the excitement of watching Rory play in the way they did Tiger up until a year or so ago.

People are over Tiger. They want the old Tiger but he's not coming back.

If you can't see that we are in a transitional "handover" phase, you are blind.


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