Hi, VG. Thanks for seeing where Tiger is at. I find Tiger has come so far that he will probably keep to his 1 WIN in 3.57 PGA win record. The majors are another story because the competition is the world's best trying to win. There are only four per year. We fans should admit, Tiger has come back with a roar. I do not consider being 3rd anything but great golf. Here, and there, a different decision or stroke and he would have been at the top. So many longer puts were absolutely on the right line and stopped one rotation short of the hole. Those sort of things get better with more experience back on tour. I would not be surprised to see him win or be at the top again in the next major. I agree with UPT that he should take the time to show up early at ALL majors. But I also agree with you, he needs more work on the short game, in swing, decision of club, because as you know, if you are between clubs, you either have to go up or down the number, and take something off or add to the swing. It is more complex than the lay person watching ever can imagine.
Have a nice day.
LOL... when time are tough, trolls sure showing there true color , aren't they??
Me think TROLLS need to STIFLE IT!!
Well.....I think sitting on the sidelines it's very easy to say "he should have, could have"...... We can't see the true angles, the indulations of the greens, feel the "heat" of the tournament. Tiger has made great strides this year. Remember just the past January he was 52 in OWGR......he's crept his way back with 3 wins, 4 top tens to being #2 OWGR, #1 Fed Ex Cup, #1 Ryder Cup Points, #1 on $$$$ list, and #1 scoring average. No to shabby IMHO.
Every tournament regular event and major Tiger plays he has the opportunity to truly test his new swing....go home and make adjustments and come to the next tournament in a much better place. I stick with my opinion that once he gets his approach shots dialed in the putts will fall as birdies not pars or bogeys. I was impressed with his bunker play this week (except for #6 today) and he has shown great improvement on chipping. It's coming together and if he doesn't snag the PGA, he will get a major in 2013.
I was pleased to see him play well this week.....maybe he should have, could have and things would have turned out differently.....but it's history now.....on to the next tournament!