Tiger Woods Travels To Wisconsin: Whistling Straits a Call To Greatness

Thomas Moreland@NFLMIKEESenior Writer IAugust 8, 2010

AKRON, OH - AUGUST 06:  Tiger Woods talks Billy Foster, caddie to Lee Westwood (not pictured), on the ninth hole after the second round of the World Golf Championships - Bridgestone Invitational on the South Course at Firestone Country Club on August 6, 2010 in Akron, Ohio.  (Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)
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Tiger Woods will travel up to Wisconsin, get settled in, and work on his swing on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.

Thursday, a good early breakfast, some pleasantries with V.J., and the biggest challenge of his golf career awaits this week in Wisconsin.

Tiger Woods must simply get back to a basic Tiger mentality, and work with a swing that can stay in play at Whistling Straits.

Any player of Tiger Woods' ability can turn this around at any time, just like a hitter starts hitting again, or a shooter gets cold for a few games.

It has been distracting to say the least, but when your skill level is that high, how long could it possibly be before Tiger simply gets hot, and wins?

Every time he plays, the odds get better and better that he wins, in fact I will take Tiger Woods on my fantasy team this week to show this is a fluke of nature and Tiger Woods will wear red on Sunday in Kohler, Wisconsin.

I have read enough about why his game should be off right now, and he may never win another major with all the huge golfing talent out there now.

Poppycock, I say, as it's all in his mind, and a fractional adjustment to his swing on the down plane will result in low scores once more for Eldrick "Tiger" Woods.

Look for a long putt to drop on Sunday as the crowd roars its approval to the once and future king of his sport, Tiger Woods.


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