Why Golf Needs Tiger Woods

Tommy RossCorrespondent IMarch 17, 2010

In the wake of Tiger's fall from grace, the blood thirsty critics are out in full force. They will be dilligently looking for any and every weakness they can exploit, expose and ultimately use against Tiger.

Even though The Master's is the most tight knitted golf tourney ran in the U.S today, that will not stop the over zealous journalist from making mountain out of a mole hill.

It has already started as we speak with inane media topics such as "Why Golf Fan Should Not Root For Tiger", speaks volumes of how some have secretly laid wait for Tiger to self destruct.

 Prayed for him to make a mistake and now that he has sunk to his lowest point the media is throwing their last kicks to keep him down.

 Because of his invulneralbility on the golf course, Tiger's personal life has been attacked with reckless abandon.

I mean when a sports star is held to a higher standard then a former President Mr. Bill Clinton, there is definitely a severe problem with our moral etchics as a country.

Mean while the world anxiously hold it's as Mr. Golf of the last decade makes his return. All the naysayers and fellow peers bowing at his emergence choking on their slanderous accusations and self righteous judgement.

Looking up in awe to the only one man to ever stand head and shoulders above the game of golf.

How he will fair come The Master's plays so no genuine significance in Tiger's legacy. The only thing that truely matters above all is that He is back, and its only a matter of time until the rest of the world of golf is beneath his foot.

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