That's the question a bold (but unsigned) GolfWire commentary asks:
Is it too late to change our mind on the question of whether or not Tiger Woods is cherry picking his way into history?
A third straight victory at Doral Resort and Spa's Blue Course Sunday in the WGC-CA Championship suggests that Woods, smart man that he is, might be building a resume largely filled with tournaments he knows he can win.
Why is this bad? Well, we're not saying it is.
Doesn't he have a right, as an independent contractor, to set his schedule as he sees fit? Oh, yeah, he does.
Aren't there always horses for courses? Yep, and Woods is a thoroughbred on several of them, including that little old invitational next week in Augusta, Ga., where he has won four times already.
So why bring this up at all? Call it a gut feeling, akin to watching a waterfall. You know all about the path of least resistance. Water goes where it won't be impeded. Woods seems to be doing the same -- not that he is avoiding good competition on the way to winning 12 majors and 57 PGA Tour titles. In fact, he usually only competes in the tournaments with the best quality fields.