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    no Poor Tiger Woods

    He has to play by the same rules as everyone else. The nerve of the PGA.

    Tiger Woods fervently disagrees with the two-shot penalty he incurred during the BMW Championship, but Friday’s rules breach was just the latest in a season filled with infractions.
    Another Tiger Woods penalty controversy

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    Re: Poor Tiger Woods

    I remember a few years into his career, he was playing a tournament on some desert course somewhere like New Mexico or Arizona. His ball landed behind a big boulder. PGA rules state that if your ball lands behind a loose obstruction (one that is sitting on top of the ground and that does not have any part buried) that the obstruction can be moved without penalty. This rule is for things like sticks or small rocks that may be in the way of your shot. Since this huge boulder was sitting on top of a bunch of loose sand, it technically qualified as a loose obstruction - though there was no way in hell it could have been moved by Tiger Woods.

    So, what does Tiger do? Pulls like 4 big, burly dudes out of the crowd and has them move this boulder for him so he does not have to take the stroke penalty.

    I never liked this turd - even before the world knew what kind of POS he actually was.

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    Re: Poor Tiger Woods

    I don't feel sorry for Tiger one bit. He just won another Player of the Year award for 2013.....

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    Re: Poor Tiger Woods

    Tiger misses the cut at the Farmer's Insurance Open at Torrey Pines. Wow.

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    Re: Poor Tiger Woods

    Quote Originally Posted by Heck Pup View Post
    I remember a few years into his career, he was playing a tournament on some desert course somewhere like New Mexico or Arizona. His ball landed behind a big boulder. PGA rules state that if your ball lands behind a loose obstruction (one that is sitting on top of the ground and that does not have any part buried) that the obstruction can be moved without penalty. This rule is for things like sticks or small rocks that may be in the way of your shot. Since this huge boulder was sitting on top of a bunch of loose sand, it technically qualified as a loose obstruction - though there was no way in hell it could have been moved by Tiger Woods.

    So, what does Tiger do? Pulls like 4 big, burly dudes out of the crowd and has them move this boulder for him so he does not have to take the stroke penalty.

    I never liked this turd - even before the world knew what kind of POS he actually was.
    Same here. He's a petulant ass. I don't understand everyone's fascination with such a complete *****.

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    Re: Poor Tiger Woods

    Quote Originally Posted by HunkerDown View Post
    Same here. He's a petulant ass. I don't understand everyone's fascination with such a complete *****.
    Some of us knew this after interacting with him 20 years ago.

    The biggest problem IMO was Earl. Earl enabled him like you would not believe.

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    Re: Poor Tiger Woods

    Quote Originally Posted by dnmuga93 View Post
    Some of us knew this after interacting with him 20 years ago.

    The biggest problem IMO was Earl. Earl enabled him like you would not believe.
    Makes sense to me because everyone said how much Earl meant to Tiger. I guess all that bad influence rubbed off on Tiger. Hence the gross aftershock with all those females coming out saying they had affairs with him...

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