I'm glad this aged badly.
Wow, too bad. I don't see the point of eliminating terms of long standing and charm.
I'm glad that in the end Tiger inspired them enough to win. Maybe going 3-0 was part of that inspiration.
Anyway, a thoroughly entertaining event.
I fail to understand this earning onto a cup team. Players earn prize money, wins that allow them to continue to play, rankings get them into the FedEx Cup playoffs. That is what they "earn". In some ways this is no different than other team sports. We have all seen players that rack up points during the season and then just disappear in the playoffs; while others just seem to excel in those pressure situations. For cup teams there should be no entitlement. It is all about putting together the best mix of players for the course.
Royal Melbourne was the perfect course for Tiger. My goodness did he literally tear that place apart. While it is impossible, if you could put together a team with Tiger's course management, ball striking, putting, and clutch play, you would jump on it. If that left off some higher ranked multi-millionaires, so what.
Right, me neither. I was referring to @Papa Steve 55 saying he heard something like that. I saw the immediate post match interview, not sure what he’s referring to.
Well what did he say that made you think that?