Does Golf Without Tiger Woods Sound G...

Does Golf Without Tiger Woods Sound Good to You? Don't Be So Sure

There are 11 comments on the BleacherReport story from Jun 10, 2010, titled Does Golf Without Tiger Woods Sound Good to You? Don't Be So Sure. In it, BleacherReport reports that:

Justin Rose won his first PGA tournament this past weekend. Exciting, huh? Good for him.

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tmantex

United States

#1 Jun 10, 2010
Your writings of golf are so biased for Tiger it must be assumed you are having an affair with him. The PGA is just fine and getting better every year. Congrats to Justin Rose for his first win. How many do you have on your mantel. Tmantex
New Chicago Kid

Dousman, WI

#2 Jun 10, 2010
its the best I ve seen in years, seeing all the young guns at the top, different golfers winning most of time now, exciting years for golf now..what is media going to do now with out their Tiger winning all the time...LOLOLOL
Stella Pope

San Antonio, TX

#3 Jun 10, 2010
"Does Golf Without Tiger Woods Sound Good to You? Don't Be So Sure" Great gut reporting, finally, someone tells it how it really is!
Everywhere I go, there's talk.....golf is boring. I wait anxiously and impatiently for Tiger to COME BACK! I don't give a hoot for what happened in his personal life.....and looks like his marriage may just make it. I pray for that.
I am sick of hearing the media prefacing any kind of Tiger talk with 'his personal life back in November'. Well, I have to believe that an athlete, especially Tiger, will master his comeback...well, just like Rafa Nadal with his bad knees at last year's French Open and then exiting from Wimbledon a month later. But Rafa's BACK!! He ate Soderling's lunch this past Sunday!! I knew he had won on Rafa's bad knees.
Thank you for the great writeup. My husband and I, in our 70's enjoy the way you put everything in perspective. It is good to know others enjoy Tiger having the competitive edge in golf as we do. And I hope he goes back to ranting and raving on the course at every birdie that makes the difference. Now that's Tiger!
Maynard in Bluegrass

Ashland, KY

#4 Jun 10, 2010
Interesting article. One of the better ones I have read for a while in regards to golf.

I think suspense is the name of the game for golf presently. No one knows what to expect regardless of who is in the field. Anticipation is still there for Tiger Woods; anxiously waiting for that Saturday move and the Sunday charge.

Golf without Tiger does not sound good to me. Forget about the personal stuff and reflect on the last 11 years of dominance of Tiger Woods. It has been anything but boring, even if Tiger didn't win. The suspense/drama on Sunday afternoon was there. I want more of that!
someone

Mexico

#5 Jun 10, 2010
Who cares about tigger!, there are plenty of new and bette players in the field, plus, they handle themselves like gentleman.
Ed B

Sterling, IL

#6 Jun 10, 2010
If Tiger Woods was no longer golfing then golf would suffer in the t.v. ratings. It has always suffered during his absence.
ONCE IN A LIFETIME

New York, NY

#7 Jun 10, 2010
Maybe Tiger is gone forever. Then golf will go back to what it used to be; BORING.
Becky

Courtland, CA

#8 Jun 10, 2010
Ed B wrote:
If Tiger Woods was no longer golfing then golf would suffer in the t.v. ratings. It has always suffered during his absence.
People need to get over it. There are alot of new, young, exciting players out there. Those players deserve our attention and support. Nothing makes me madder than when someone is playing great but the news reporters place tiger at the top of the news. He screwed up and yes it has hurt golf but the new players and other players that have kept their nose clean deserve the coverage. I really don'g give a damn about him. Give me a class act like Phil and new comers that are so much fun to watch.
Rruben Rubio

United States

#9 Jun 10, 2010
Golf without Tiger??? What did we do before Tiger??? Same thing we are going to be doing with or without him . In order to watch golf on tv. you have to realy be a fan ,I have been playing golf, and enjoying Tv golf for the last 5 decades so I consider my self a fan my Dad use to tell me that watching golf on TV was like watching grass grow some times I think he was right.......Golf without Tiger. mmmmmm we will survive ,......
Silver Streak

Ashland, KY

#10 Jun 11, 2010
The article is interesting but so far I don't see any signs of Tiger Woods retiring/quitting. I don't believe we need to entertain the subject but only prepare for more of Tiger.
Ed B

Sterling, IL

#11 Jun 12, 2010
Becky wrote:
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People need to get over it. There are alot of new, young, exciting players out there. Those players deserve our attention and support. Nothing makes me madder than when someone is playing great but the news reporters place tiger at the top of the news. He screwed up and yes it has hurt golf but the new players and other players that have kept their nose clean deserve the coverage. I really don'g give a damn about him. Give me a class act like Phil and new comers that are so much fun to watch.
Newcomers are fun to watch? Which ones? And I'm not trying to get over anything. I was only answering the question.

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