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  1. If he didn't WD at the 2010 Bridgestone, when he was DFL and 30 shots behind the winner, then I think it's safe to say he didn't quit just because he couldn't win yesterday.
    2 points
  2. Man, you are thick. I told you what the measureable standard was regarding truly heavy lifting, which is 4-6 reps. Extremely high in the article referred to his rep scheme which at 25-50, which is extremely, extremely high It even says in the article that Tiger shys away from the heavy.weights and low reps favored by bodybuilders becaase he didn't want to bulk up like that. You may have lifted weights when you were young, but you obviously never moved beyond a rudimentary understanding of weight training.
    2 points
  3. It's not about making the clubs heavier. It's about the strategic placement of the tape on the club to induce certain shot types, e.g. higher or lower, etc. This article should help - http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0HFI/is_3_54/ai_100463190/
    1 point
  4. I'm not sure you're the only one, but I'd guess you're in the minority but in good company with all the Tiger haters. Based on what I read, Tiger said it felt stiff during warmups and he tweaked it during his tee shot on 12 just as the article Mike posted states. If that's the case, he felt stiffness but gave it a try. On the tee shot at 12 he felt something worse and took into account his chances of winning, chances of hurting himself worse, cost of risking long term injury to his endorsements and income and decided it was best to call it a day, I don't see what's unsportsman like about it
    1 point
  5. Am I the only one who thinks Tiger's WD is unsportsmanlike? If I am, I'll re-think my position. But here's what we know-- --Tiger's achilles is part of what kept him out of most of the 2010 season. --Tiger felt the tightness during his warm-up during the a.m., and it didn't go away during his warm-up session. --Tiger shot 62 last Sunday, and his ballstriking has been really good for a few weeks. --Tiger withdrew when he was +3 or +4 through 11. --By his own public statement, Tiger wasn't going to have his achilles checked out immediately after the WD. He was going to
    1 point
  6. Firstly let me say that I have this video, I understand it and I think it could well work... If you have a repeatable swing and want more power. Secondly let me say that I personally don't use it as I'm concentrating on getting a repeatable and consistent swing rather than sheer power. Now on to the main bulk of the post. Then my suggestion would be to either see them and give yourself some factual information to debunk or not create posts which are so far off base it's unreal because you've chosen to take a stab in the dark at what he's talking about.
    1 point
  7. And another thread is successfully Tigerjacked - kudos guys.
    1 point
  8. So...Tiger leaves without giving an interview & that makes him a crybaby? Feel free to not like him. But don't make up shit to fit your opinion.
    1 point
  9. My irony meter just exploded. LOL
    1 point
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