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You've presented reasonable arguments? That's hilarious.
And I don't just mean because you've only now made two posts in this actual topic. Trust me, I'm including your posts in the other topic too.
Your posts over there continue the same tired arguments:
Jack has 18 majors and more second place finishes in majors, etc.
Jack played against Arnie, Tom, Gary, etc.
When those comments are refuted… you just laugh at them. Or make comments about equipment that actually contradict your opinion.
Last I checked, you couldn't even count 15 years… and the "stats" in that time frame greatly favor Tiger Woods except one: majors, of which they'd both earned 14.
What sort of a reasonable argument was "Watch Jack at nearly 80 hit the flagstick from 150 yards. GOAT.", exactly?
The fields are about the same size these days, really. The players in those fields are significantly better.
Only if the current "champion" racks up a significant record. Nobody's calling Rory the GOAT, or any of the current major championship winners the GOAT. Their records aren't significant enough.
As @saevel25 said, the opposite is often more true: we romanticize the past.
Like what? Again, what arguments have you actually made?
It's a logical and reasonable argument.
One you've yet to refute, and one you've yet to address, among many, many other things, like the fact that even in your chosen 15 (cough, ahem, 17) year period, Tiger's win total in the majors was the same but literally just about every other fact favors Tiger. Regular Tour wins. Player of the Year awards. Money titles. Scoring titles. Dominance/margins of victory.
That's not the topic here, though. The topic here is strength and depth of field, and here, you've yet to address anything or present any argument.
I didn't mean to suggest that they "don't know anything" but I find it odd that you would agree that calling the shot accurately only after seeing the result is BS but then you wouldn't be inclined to question the slo mo assumptions they make.
Whatever....as I said, I like Johnny but that part is annoying to me.