Everyone who's been watching golf for the past 20 years remembers when Tiger burst onto the professional scene in 1995 when he played at the Masters as the winner of the U.S. Amateur (an event he won three years in a row).
Tiger finished tied for 41st and was the only amateur to make the cut.
That was the first real taste the PGA Tour got of the eventual juggernaut of a player Tiger would turn out to be.
We all know the rest of the story.
Now in golfing news we constantly hear about how Rory McIlroy or maybe Rickie Fowler could take the reigns from Tiger as being the dominant force on tour.
The way that golf is today, that just won't happen and here are three reasons why.