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Post by Veejay on Mon May 29, 2017 5:26 pm

oh my how the mighty fall from grace!!the mugshot!! Yikes Yikes  no shit-woods looks awful in the mugshot,doubt the police gave him 30 goes at it and a juno filter like your selfies on instagram.dont know why they didnt use the smiling one,maybe cause of the crime committed.he actually looked better after his ex wife beat him with a golf club then in that mug shot
woods cant seem to avoid scandal and controversy,its really sad when you think about how much people respected him.the continued demise of tiger woods over the years has been one of the hardest things to watch in sport

theres the infidelity scandal with numerous dog-ugly dirty skank porn stars most likely carrying every STD known to man,who were waaayyy uglier then his gorgeous ex-wife,linked to doctors who were under investigation for HGH doping offences and now driving under the influence of alcohol,a very serious crime taking consideration how many lives have been lost to drunk driving.being close friends with roger due to IMG relations this really puts federers squeaky image in perspective,he has gone through an entire career without as much as being wrapped up in 1 scandal.even when he was going through difficult times on court,nothing off court distracted or influenced hm in a bad way
tiger woods is worth an estimated $740 million..he can afford all the Ubers in the world 


Golf star Tiger Woods was arrested on a drink-driving charge in Florida early on Monday morning, police say.
Police recorded the arrest at 07:18 local time (11:18 GMT) and the golfer was released a few hours later, records from Palm Beach County police show.
He was arrested in the town of Jupiter at around 03:00 local time, media reports say.
The 41-year-old has been recovering from a recent back surgery and last blogged about his health on 24 May.
He wrote that the surgery had relieved terrible pain and that he hadn't "felt this good in years".
He said the outlook for a return to competitive golf was "positive".




http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-40087317

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Post by Tenez on Tue May 30, 2017 7:08 pm

Poor tiger...more like guilty lamb nowadays.

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Post by Veejay on Wed May 31, 2017 5:34 pm

no doubt that the guy is an absolute genius at his sport,he just continually makes very bad judgement calls that has a major impact on his reputation 
golf is a lot like tennis,there is a certain code of conduct and expectation i behaviour 
had he been a footballer then this would havent have been that surprising or frowned upon as much

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Post by legendkillar on Thu Jun 01, 2017 9:20 am

Saw the police footage.

What a mess. His swing clearly his biggest downfall as it has lead to so many injuries. To think he was burnt out by 32 is scary!

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Post by Veejay on Thu Jun 01, 2017 3:48 pm

legendkillar wrote:Saw the police footage.

What a mess. His swing clearly his biggest downfall as it has lead to so many injuries. To think he was burnt out by 32 is scary!
he said that he never felt better after this recent surgery just before the DUI so it sounded like things were on the up again for him
what a stupid thing to do though

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Post by legendkillar on Thu Jun 01, 2017 4:19 pm

Veejay wrote:
legendkillar wrote:Saw the police footage.

What a mess. His swing clearly his biggest downfall as it has lead to so many injuries. To think he was burnt out by 32 is scary!
he said that he never felt better after this recent surgery just before the DUI so it sounded like things were on the up again for him
what a stupid thing to do though


From a health perspective most certainly. Take into account he tried changing and developing his swing when he was 27/28, which is a bold move if you are trying to maintain the high levels of success. His back and knees must be dust by now.

Everyone would love to see the old tiger back (golf wise, not the shagging anyone and everyone) but I think in this case this dog has already had his day.

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Post by Veejay on Thu Jun 01, 2017 4:26 pm

i dont know much about golf but im baffled that a sport which doesnt even remotely look physical could potentially cause that much injury

i know that tigers father drilled him as a kid,could be that he is cashing the cheques now he was writing back them

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Post by legendkillar on Thu Jun 01, 2017 4:31 pm

It's all in the swing Vee. Tiger's swing in his pomp relied heavily so much on the back. Around 2003 he tried re-modelling his swing to take less pressure off the back and instead knackered his knees! His down swing and follow through is so violent, hence why it never really looked like the fluid swing it could've been. Swing coaches I've spoken to over the years always said Tiger would fall apart by his 30's and they were right.

He is an incredible putter, but the problem is tee to green takes an age for him now.

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Post by Veejay on Thu Jun 01, 2017 5:06 pm

legendkillar wrote:It's all in the swing Vee. Tiger's swing in his pomp relied heavily so much on the back. Around 2003 he tried re-modelling his swing to take less pressure off the back and instead knackered his knees! His down swing and follow through is so violent, hence why it never really looked like the fluid swing it could've been. Swing coaches I've spoken to over the years always said Tiger would fall apart by his 30's and they were right.

He is an incredible putter, but the problem is tee to green takes an age for him now.
i was actually thinking that,the swing must cause some wear and tear over the years and back problems are tough,once they start they never really go away
thats really interesting about how changing his swing affected his knees as well
do you think that its all down to bad technique or was it always inevitable 
in golf can you peak at a certain age and then possibly burn out after that?
how much does confidence play a part?

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Post by Veejay on Thu Jun 01, 2017 6:27 pm

woods looks completely wasted!! apparently woods is claiming that he didnt know the side effects of mixing his various drugs after his recent surgery
in the comments section people are saying that he registered a 0.00 breathalyzer twice
either way he should have gotten a driver
video of DUI released
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IcBMAxZwOnM

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Post by legendkillar on Fri Jun 02, 2017 8:37 am

Veejay wrote:
legendkillar wrote:It's all in the swing Vee. Tiger's swing in his pomp relied heavily so much on the back. Around 2003 he tried re-modelling his swing to take less pressure off the back and instead knackered his knees! His down swing and follow through is so violent, hence why it never really looked like the fluid swing it could've been. Swing coaches I've spoken to over the years always said Tiger would fall apart by his 30's and they were right.

He is an incredible putter, but the problem is tee to green takes an age for him now.
i was actually thinking that,the swing must cause some wear and tear over the years and back problems are tough,once they start they never really go away
thats really interesting about how changing his swing affected his knees as well
do you think that its all down to bad technique or was it always inevitable 
in golf can you peak at a certain age and then possibly burn out after that?
how much does confidence play a part?

It does as his back took the most of the effort in the swing and hence creates a dependency on that body part. He then has to reconfigure his swing to take the pressure of his back thus creating more of a reliance on the knees to take the brunt. I will try and dig some video's out later to show you the dynamic of his swing. Norman for me had the best swing of any golfer. Fluid and effortless.

Some would call it bad technique and rightfully given the physical problems he has encountered. You also have to take stock that Woods absolutely enhanced the power based game. At the 2000 Open at St Andrews he never found a bunker in 4 rounds because he was driving in excess of 320 yards clearing them! That combination of power and accuracy was too much for the field.

Golfers tend to in more modern times peak later in their careers. Comes with experience mainly. Some peak almost immediately. Woods, Nicklaus, Mcilroy, Speith, Seve, Faldo. For those players, it's even more difficult to maintain a peak. Nicklaus for example was quite a chubber in the 60's, smoked and by the turn of the 70's instead of carrying a fag on to the course, he took a banana, dropped weight, became leaner and thus was able to prolong his peak because much better conditioning.

Confidence is huge, like in any sport. If you have the mixture of extreme un-measurable talent and confidence, peaks can last a bit longer. In golf the margins are much tighter. You can lose a Major on one hole, but not win it on one hole.

I think Daley Thompson summed up the part confidence plays in sport, provided you have good health. He said of his mindset in 1987 going into the Seoul Games as defending Olympic Champion "I started to pick up little niggling injuries, however I reached a stage in my career when I knew I wasn't getting any better, but I wasn't getting any worse and if I how I am performing now is enough to beat the rest of the field, I am going to win. I thought I was going to win at the Olympics, until 3 days prior to the event that I tore my abductor"

If you look at Woods attempted comebacks since 2008, he hasn't been able to generate any winning momentum. His body has all but failed him. Watching Woods now is almost like watching Faldo in his decline. You know that if it all clicks into place once more, he could win one more Major. It never happened for Nick and I don't see it happening to Tiger.

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