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The Best Golf Commentator is Here: Buick Open, W.G.C.-Bridgeststone, P.G.A., Three in a Row, Can Tiger do It? “No!”

As I predict, Tiger only has 1/50 chance to win PGA. If he cannot improve his Driver, I guarantee no hope for him to win the 2009 PGA. The truth is that simple!

Buick Open, W.G.C.-Bridgeststone, P.G.A., Three in a Row, Can Tiger do It?  


In the past two weeks, Tiger Woods had won the Buick Open and the W.G.C.-Bridgestone Invitational. On Monday, CBS’ Golf Commentator Nick Faldo predicted Woods would win this year’s PGA!  Nick Faldo said on a conference call this week that he thought that unless Woods self-destructs, he would be hoisting the Wannemaker Trophy at Hazeltine come Sunday.

“All the fellows want to stop him,” Faldo said. “But this one looks like the only person who can beat Tiger Woods is Tiger Woods. It is really as simple as that, I feel.”

And British Open Champion, Stewart Cink seems agree what Faldo predicted.

  “I’d say he’s got a pretty good chance,” Cink said, smiling. “Probably better than anybody else in the field. How is that for an answer?

“I mean, the guy — he’s driving it pretty well. He’s got a short game that history has never known. He’s got the clutch putting that history has never known. And he’s got the ultimate tank of confidence to draw from. So, case closed.”

Can Tiger do it? To win three in a row, including the PGA!

 

According to my calculation, he only has 1of 50 chances! (Do not ask!). Then why Faldo and Cink pick him to win?

 

They are just playing the psychological game with Tiger. Dirty!

 

It seems to me that the Pros now know the trick, never use foolish words or foolish action to bother Tiger. SEE  the fools, Rory Sabbatini and Stephen Ames.

 

I follow Faldo on CBS for a long time, he never likes Tiger. This time he picks him to win? How ridiculous and dirty psychological trick! As a commentator, you need not play this game. Sir Faldo!

 

As I predict, Tiger only has 1/50 chance to win PGA. If he cannot improve his Driver, I guarantee no hope for him to win the 2009 PGA. The truth is that simple! A great possibility (95%), Tiger Woods would be empty in Major in 2009!

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