What Tiger Woods’ 3-second rotating video reveals about Tiger Woods

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Tiger Woods posted footage of a single swing on Sunday, a three-second clip, and golfing stopped. Your and the human’s first reaction should be relief. NS February car accident that might kill him doesn’t.

Given the widespread concern of the golfing public, it’s not even a fair fight. Woods’s mini-doc v. Jin Young Ko won In Florida? Or Collin Morikawa’s victory in Dubai? Or even Rory McIlroy and his disparaging golf shirt? Woods won, between then and Sunday.

Great to see, Woods is strong enough to do that spin, to create (probably) that perfect rectangular piece.

The clip’s two-word title – Making progress – said. Golf, when Woods plays it, starts on the range, like it did for Jack Nicklaus, for Greg Norman, for Arnold Palmer, for Ben Hogan. The hitter gets another throw. The quarterback has another double. The golfer has only one chance of getting the ball at his feet. As Woods has said many times, if you can’t do it on range, you can’t do it in a tournament. Making progress. As a working title, there is a great golf movie.

When Charlie Woods played really well at the Father-Son event Last December, Woods said he wasn’t surprised. He saw his son do all those swings and all those swings at home.

making progress, Woods’ Sunday release is a piece of savvy marketing. Tiger’s life, more than anyone I could think of – maybe with the exception of Michael Jackson – was on camera. Those cameras have enriched him almost immeasurable and also cost him. Regardless, he’s addicted to them.

Ko, Morikawa and McIlroy don’t stand a chance because Woods – supported by his late father, by Phil Knight, by many of his sponsors, past and present – has been doing this for 30 years. year. The sale of Tiger Woods. All those wins, all those Buick positions, all those post-round interviews. No one will ever catch up with him.


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The clip from the Medal Winner range prepares us for a press conference he will likely have next week in the Bahamas, at his tournament there, Hero World Challenge. TMZ will not receive press information there. In other words, it’s a good and safe way for Woods to start returning to public life, after the devastating one-wheeler accident he was involved in in February. He didn’t say a word about it. He probably never will. What is the advantage?

In mid-February, he will likely attend his tournament, the Genesis Open, at the Riviera, in Los Angeles. One more step back. How the accident happened, what was his mental state at the time, what is his mental state now – Woods won’t share any of that, and of course , he has no obligation. You could say that his inner life must have been a minefield, but he was the one who had to navigate it, while millions watched his every public act.

It is impossible not to have feelings for the man. He didn’t ask for it Go on NS Mike Douglas Show.

In April, Woods will probably make a trip to Augusta, even if it’s just to enjoy Hideki’s Japanese food at Champion dinner on Tuesday night. Yet another step in his return to public life. By then, he hopes, we’ll all move on.

Even if he wanted to take his cues from Greta Garbo and Ben Hogan, and turn his back on the public that loved him, it would be nearly impossible. He’s only 45 years old. Too many people depend on him.

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Plus, golf is something he enjoys doing. It was something he did like no one else had ever done. He used to say, “If you don’t get better, you get worse.” He hasn’t said that in a long time, because, in a phrase newer to him, “Father Time is undefeated.” But if golf is something you love, something you do well, and something that values ​​you, you can find new ways to challenge yourself.

For example, you could try to be the first golfer to win three majors – the US Senior Open, the Senior British Open and the Senior PGA Championship – in one year.

Imagine what Woods could do for the PGA Tour Champions, a tournament that Arnold Palmer and friends basically invented.

With possible exceptions Ben Crenshaw, I can’t think of another Hall of Fame golfer with such a strong passion for golf history, who knows so much about what Arnold did and how he did it. Ditto for Jack Nicklaus, for Lee Trevino, for Ben Hogan, for Sam Snead.

Assuming other competitive tours, the world tours that threaten the PGA Tour’s hegemony, actually materialize. Any such tour would require big-name players. The only weapon Jay Monahan wields, in terms of trying to destroy these other excursions, is his own Tiger Woods, and Tiger’s sense of history.

Imagine that you are Morikawa or Jordan Spieth or Bryson DeChambeau or even Phil Mickelson, and someone is offering you $50 million guaranteed to sign on the dotted line. And now you have Tiger Woods online and he’s talking to you about how Bob Goalby, Doug Ford and Jack Nicklaus created this modern PGA Tour in the first place, that tour. Friend Growing up, travel has given wings to your dreams.

Who are we to cut the bait from all that?

Tiger knows that his 82 PGA Tour titles are a bigger achievement than Sam Snead. He must. But he will never say it publicly. He is so loyal to golf, to the game that made him, in the bad times and the good, who he is.

He won’t leave any of it. If that three-second clip showed us anything, it showed us it.

Michael Bamberger welcomes your comments at Michael.Bamberger@Golf.com

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Michael Bamberger writes for GOLF magazine and GOLF.com. Before that, he spent nearly 23 years as senior writer for Sports Illustrated. After graduating from university, he worked as a newspaper reporter, first for the (Martha’s) Vineyard Gazette, later for The Philadelphia Inquirer. He wrote a variety of books on golf and other subjects, the most recent of which is Tiger Woods’ Second Life. His The magazine has been featured in many editions of America’s best sports articles. He has a US patent on electronic club, a utility golf club. In 2016, he was awarded the Donald Ross Award by the American Association of Golf Course Architects, the organization’s highest honor.

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