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You have to remember Cornbread is the guy who said Tom Watson deliberately tanked it in the Open Championship playoff. He's about baseless speculation and insinuation, empirical evidence has no basis for him.

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You have to remember Cornbread is the guy who said Tom Watson deliberately tanked it in the Open Championship playoff. He's about baseless speculation and insinuation, empirical evidence has no basis for him.

And your the one who stated the following several montrhs back:

"See you're assuming that Tiger did cheat. Which there has not been a shred of empirical evidence at all. Also, the woman already claimed she never had an affair. I'm sorry, but until you have photographs of them together or he admits it, I don't believe tabloid magazines". it appears like you were the one with baseless speculation and insinuation, as empirical evidence has proven you incorrect. :)

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And your the one who stated the following several montrhs back:

LOL, do you know what speculation and insinuation means? How did I do so? Do you have any reasoning skills? I was asking for empirical evidence, which at the time there was none and later there was, e.g. that voicemail message.

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Let's put things in to perspective, for all the naysayers and gossipers; he's played two majors since his 'comeback' and finished 4th in both. Sure, his swing has looked loose, but I'm positive that will come back with some time.

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Let's put things in to perspective, for all the naysayers and gossipers; he's played two majors since his 'comeback' and finished 4th in both. Sure, his swing has looked loose, but I'm positive that will come back with some time.

Yea, let put it in perspective. Those two 4th were the highest finishes since the

2008 US Open won in a play-off. And, he's 74th on the 2010 Money List. Also, Despite career success on the PGA Tour, Woods had little success in his Ryder Cup career. In his first Ryder Cup in 1997, he earned only 1½ points competing in every match and partnering mostly with Mark O'Meara. Costantino Rocca defeated Woods in his singles match. In 1999, he earned 2 points over every match with a variety of partners. In 2002, he lost both Friday matches, but, partnered with Davis Love III for both of Saturday's matches, won two points for the Americans, and was slated to anchor the Americans for the singles matches, both squads going into Sunday with 8 points. However, after the Europeans took an early lead, his match with Jesper Parnevik was rendered unimportant and they halved the match. In 2004, he was paired with Phil Mickelson on Friday but lost both matches, and only earned one point on Saturday. In 2006, he was paired with Jim Furyk for all of the pairs matches, and they won two of their four matches. Woods missed the 2008 Ryder Cup competition altogether. Despite Woods' absence, the United States team posted its largest margin of victory in the event since 1981.

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ok, so tiger got bigger from 1998 to 2004. right about when he started to get to that point in all our male lives when we get that "man strength". he supplemented that with lifting. how much do you think he gained in those 6 years? maybe 30 lbs? from 150 to maybe 180? im approximating.

anyways, i started lifting moderately when i was 16. in 4 years i put on 40 lbs. i lifted on average 3 times a week. ate a lot of protein. drank a jug of creatine once that didnt work for me. nothing else.

do you really think that a guy with the worlds best resources cant put on 30 lbs in 6 years without the help of steroids? of course he can. he doesnt have the body of a steroid user, and you guys who run/own/frequent gyms should know that, as i do when i see the meatheads at my gym putting up 450 on the incline bench.

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People have said this in other threads, but if you look at Tiger, he really isn't that big. More muscular than nearly all other PGA tour pros yes, but less so than many many football, basketball, and even baseball players.

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People have said this in other threads, but if you look at Tiger, he really isn't that big. More muscular than nearly all other PGA tour pros yes, but less so than many many football, basketball, and even baseball players.

Cornbread, enough with the baseless accusations.

jamo is right. Tiger is not impressively large in person. His shirts are more tailored to him and he - like most men - grew up from 20 to 25. We all did it to some extent - and would have done it more if we had trained like he had. He's not impressively large in person. He looks much wimpier than you'd think.

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Cornbread, enough with the baseless accusations.

Yes, very much so.I was very surprised when I saw him Monday and Tuesday.His lower body especially is very small, he's slender.Seems to be a common physique amongst a lot of the pro's - tall and slender.

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Tiger is not impressively large in person. His shirts are more tailored to him and he - like most men - grew up from 20 to 25. We all did it to some extent - and would have done it more if we had trained like he had.

It not baseless. And I have seen Eldrick in person, 7 times over the past 6 years. At Augusta, at The US Open, and at Quail Hollow.. so I have a basis for stating that he is no whimp, nor has he been since 2002.

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It not baseless. And I have seen Eldrick in person, 7 times over the past 6 years. At Augusta, at The US Open, and at Quail Hollow.. so I have a basis for stating that he is no whimp, nor has he been since 2002.

OK, then perhaps you're just looking to make up crap against Tiger and what he's accomplished in golf. There's nothing about the way Tiger looks in person that says "steroids."

He looks much more "buff" or whatever on TV.

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the first link had an error... try this one. pictures only please.

The only actual evidence either way is that he has never failed a drug test. Why speculate?

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10-15 lbs of muslce a year when its your job to be a professional athlete is nothing. Football guys regularly gain that in college from their freshman to senior year and they arent even professionals.

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