PGA Tour: Why Rory McIlroy Will Never Be Tiger Woods
Golf Is Dying To Find The Next Tiger And It Won't Be Rory McIlroy
Let me clarify that I enjoy watching Rory McIlroy play golf. He is very young and has been on the tour since 2007. When he flashes his classy smile after he hits a superb shot, fans tend to smile back. He has an attitude and personality that draws people to him, sort of like Tiger Woods. But, Rory will never be close to captivating and audience the way Tiger once did.
Indeed, Rory is the next superstar on the tour. Golf needs him to be. Their rating depend on it. The more he wins, the higher the ratings will go, but he must be dominant! That dominance is the only way he can reach the needed status. He's off to a tremendous start with leading seven of the last eight rounds in majors. But, golf will never recover fully from losing Tiger Woods.
Woods took America's heart in 1997. If you think golf can recover, it can't. Not unless Tiger comes back. Even tough Woods has been through pain and sorrow, mostly because of himself, the PGA needs him. If Tiger can make a climb back to power, it would be welcome with open arms.
The only way it could be any better, is if Tiger comes back during Rory's dominance. That situation would cause golf to explode and give it the true back and forth action it would need. So once again, gold needs Tiger Woods, not Rory McIlroy
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