You must have gone to the same medical school as Faldo....because you know Tiger has a monkey on his back....you must be very close friends and he has confided this to you.....
YOU ARE ON HIS BACK
WHY DON'T YOU GET OFF.
Obviously, I can't predict the future; but IMHO Tiger will break Jack's record. I say this using my heart more than any specific facts; but I bleieve that time is still on his side.
I don't believe that he has a monkey on his back; but I think the next major victory may be his most diificult victory. I have no reasons for poor play on weekends, but Tiger obviously knows this and he's working towards resolving this.
IMO, he is making ongoing adjustments in his personal life and professinoal life. All fathers make these decisions about time away from family for their careers versus family time. It is quite difficult to balance the two areas. I beleive that he will find his balance and move forward. Regardless of his choices, I look forward to his future play.