Tiger Woods: Crutches Won't Keep Tiger from Prowling at U.S. Open
Tiger Woods won’t stay away from major opportunity
Crutches, bad knees, bad swing, hell, there is literally nothing that Tiger Woods won’t do to keep cracking at the record for major championships.
Reports are out now that Tiger Woods will play in the U.S Open, despite the fact that he’s currently hobbling on crutches and a walking boot.
Some people will never learn. It appears that Tiger has allowed his competitive drive to cloud the good judgment he has long exhibited as a golfer. Playing to win, which is what everyone will tell you Tiger is all about, is not going out there with less than your best and hoping that you’ll miraculously play well throughout.
Clearly Tiger’s knee, and his Achilles, might heal in time for the U.S. Open. It might allow him to swing a golf club without issue for four days, but it won’t fix a broken swing, and it won’t withstand the pressure of Tiger’s traditional swing.
Tiger will have to make adjustments just to survive. But the expectation that he can win a major under those kind of circumstances borders on delusional.
I want Tiger to win as much as anyone. He’s great for golf and makes me really care on Sunday. I just want him to give himself the best chance to win.
This will not be it.
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