Discussion in 'General' started by R Acree, Apr 14, 2019.
Not really that much of a golf fan, but you cannot escape it here in Augusta. Tiger wins his fifth.
Glad to see him back on top. He's worked his ass off and struggled through several injuries. This has to feel great for him.
Yeah that’s an epic win for him.
That was epic.
I’m not crying ... you’re crying!
So awesome to see him overcome all the shit the past several years and be back on top. Love him or hate him, golf is better with him.
Saw some of my turf. So, who was playing?
I actually watched the last 30 minutes. That's probably double the total amount of golf I have watched on TV. Whether you're into golf or not, that was intense. I can't even begin to imagine the pressure during the last couple of putts.
Tiger looked cool and calm while the others were choking on the pressure.
That was badass.
Epic win. I personally did not think he would ever win another major or catch Jack...all bets are off now. He played well in a seriously talented field today.
https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1117531959146811392 This one had a good day.
I painted a room earlier, had to choose between watching the paint dry or watch golf....I chose the more exciting activity of watching the paint dry
Savage...but who's laughing now?
The dude that dropped the $85k bet...
Every major sportsbook in the US is reporting they have lost over a million on the masters because of tigers win. This was the best outcome the PGA could’ve dreamed for. The game is dead and they need him back in it.
As for the bet, it’s a large one and certainly way more than I’ve ever put on a single event. Kudos for the bettor- I wonder what other golfers they had as well if any. Did they take the tiger odds and then play a bunch on the field? We’re they hedging at all or was it a straight drop $85k and walk away either winning 1.19 or nada.
Kudos for the win!
Happy for Tiger! One of the best to ever play
He has to be getting all kinds of strange ass again. There’s a direct correlation to Tiger getting strange and playing great golf.
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