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Predict Tiger's 2018 Season

Tiger Woods in 2018  

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  1. 1. How many events will Tiger win in 2018 (all events)?

    • 0
      29
    • 1
      26
    • 2
      26
    • 3-4
      11
    • 5+
      2
  2. 2. How many majors will Tiger win in 2018?

    • 0
      72
    • 1
      17
    • 2
      3
    • 3
      0
    • 4
      2


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Zero and zero for me. Not to say that he doesn't get close - I think he will get a top three - but I still think there'll be an injury worry somewhere along the way.

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Considering he stays healthy, I think he'll win a couple tourneys. I think the only major he will have a chance to win (if he wins another at all) will be at the masters. So if he doesn't win there, i doubt he gets a Major in 18' 

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Slight possibility that he wins one event, but I'm betting zero and zero.

Should also be an option for how many missed cuts. I say at least 2.

Edited by David in FL

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I voted 2 wins and one of them a major. But this is more what I want than a serious educated guess. I have no clue how his body will handle the stress test of competitive golf at the highest level.

Would a Rydercup win count as a win? Will he make the Rydercup team?

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Definitely going zero on majors.  I'm tempted on one tour victory...very tempted.  Current over/under in vegas is 1.5 wins.  I'd go under that prop bet.

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17 minutes ago, MacDutch said:

I voted 2 wins and one of them a major. But this is more what I want than a serious educated guess. I have no clue how his body will handle the stress test of competitive golf at the highest level.

Would a Rydercup win count as a win? Will he make the Rydercup team?

 

14 minutes ago, NCGolfer said:

Definitely going zero on majors.  I'm tempted on one tour victory...very tempted.  Current over/under in vegas is 1.5 wins.  I'd go under that prop bet.

As well as he is swinging now, if the back is fixed, he will win.  Just too good to not win.  The kids had better look out.

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6 minutes ago, Veteran Golf Fan said:

As well as he is swinging now, if the back is fixed, he will win.  Just too good to not win.  The kids had better look out.

Short game is a bit ugly.  I think if he wins it will be later in the year.

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13 minutes ago, NCGolfer said:

Short game is a bit ugly.  I think if he wins it will be later in the year.

Well, he does have several weeks to get his short game in order.  Augusta is April and he should be good to go by then.  Hope we see him at Riviera.

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I went with 3 and 1. I'm pretty hopeful after watching how he played in the Hero. I think if he stays healthy then this year is more likely to be a 2013 than a 2017. Fingers crossed.

I think in the Masters he'll have a run on Sunday and wind up falling back a bit. Finishing somewhere top ten, but not top five. He'll make the cut at the US Open, contend early at the Open, but fall back and then win the PGA. 

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Predictions are a dime a dozen when talking about Tiger.  Many, including me predict Rory will never win a Masters due to his faulty putting stroke and poor wedge game and his famous melt down in 2011 where he shot 80 after having the lead on the back nine.  By the way, he hasn't won a major since 2014 and he spent most of 2017 nursing that rib injury.

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1 hour ago, Veteran Golf Fan said:

Well, he does have several weeks to get his short game in order.  Augusta is April and he should be good to go by then.  Hope we see him at Riviera.

 

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34 minutes ago, nevets88 said:

Went with 1 win, no majors, hope I'm wrong on both counts.

Well, he does have a pretty good record at several venues so it would not amaze me to see several wins this year.  Augusta beckons and I think that would make the most sense for a major

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7 hours ago, mvmac said:

If he stays healthy (which I think he will), if he play a somewhat regular schedule, I'll say he wins one event and zero majors.

I like this.    This is how I voted.

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I went with 0/0.

I do think he will have a successful return, if he is able to finish his 2018 schedule, without suffering any physical set backs.

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