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The strength of Tiger's game has been his mental game. He does what he needs to win, and doesn't make "mental" errors. After watching the start of his PGA sunday, he got off to a hot start but made a questionable call to try and drive the "easy" par4 sixth with a driver and ended up bogeying the hole. That just seemed to kill his momentum. Had he made the smart play and layed back and then tried to stick a wedge, he'd have a chance at birdie and at least par the hole. Part of him regaining his form is that he doesn't beat himself and play overagressively, but it's not all about him regaining his swing.
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... Look at the clowns chasing his number one spot. Eldrick does not imho have any where near the competition that Jack had...and he will always be a derelict

Ignoring the other butthurtudness, that's just objectively rubbish. Aside from the US tour having more depth, the European tour is miles better these days....so many dangerous players who could easily win.

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