First of all, who knew Greg Norman was on Facebook?
Of course, his URL is facebook.com/thegreatwhiteshark, which might be enough for most to roll their eyes and move on. But not John Strege, who thankfully Tweeted this link.
Got off the plane from Beijing this morning and my Iphone just blew up with emails and voicemails regarding my interview with Robert Lusetich of Fox Sports.
No WiFi on the jet Gregster? I bet the 737 woulda have had WiFi. Sorry, go on…
It seems that everyone from Charles Barkley (no Charles I was not referencing or comparing Tiger's record to mine) to John Doe has weighed in on my quote regarding intimidation.
Uh, you did say that you took the baton from Jack Nicklaus, winner of 18 majors to your two wonderful Open Championship wins. But keep digging…
I stand by my comments and for those that choose to read the full article and not just "grasp" and "react" to one word will notice that the headline and byline were inconsistent with the content of what Robert wrote.
Not really, but we'll throw you a bone and let you off the hook. For now.
When you look at my comments in the full context of the article, you will see that it provides a more balanced view of my sentiments on this topic. Which is, since the PGA Championship Tiger has not made any impact on the weekend in passing Rory for the title.
What title would that be?
This has not happened in his career prior to this run by Rory. During the PGA Championship broadcast I spoke at length about Tiger and I maintain that no one has swung the club better in the history of the game, especially during the year 2000. At the end of the day, Tiger is a great athlete and a great student of the game and he will continue to win, but we are seeing a transition away from his dominance. Rivalry and parity is great for the game of golf.
Parity is great? I don't know, I think Greg Norman winning nine majors would have been pretty swell. But if you say so…
Unfortunately for Rory, I think that the trademark for “The Intimidator” is already registered with Dale Earnhardt.
Everyone on three: one, two, three…OY VEY!