Tag Archives: Tiger Woods

Dan Proft: It All Fits

“It fits.”

Those were the words Tiger Woods uttered upon donning his 5th green jacket after his improbable and electrifying Masters victory.

President Trump subsequently notified Tiger that he’d be adding a Presidential Medal of Freedom to his trophy case.

That fits too.

Even the casual observer knows that his career has been marked by epic highs and tragic lows.

That’s what made Sunday’s victory all the more incredible.

It was the culmination of an ethereal professional career from a man whose impact on the game of golf is immeasurable, but a few numbers provide a glimpse:

10 years after Tiger turned pro, the number of golfers in the United States had increased by 25 percent.

20 years into Tiger’s career, the average total tournament purse had increased 352 percent and the average first place check by 378 percent.

The indelible images of Tiger’s first and perhaps last Masters wins—from hugging his dad to hugging his kids—are indications of how much Tiger has changed too.

It all fits.

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Kavanaugh Responds As Senate Weighs Vote

Townhall Review – September 29, 2018

Hugh Hewitt looks at and comments on the Democrat’s last-minute desperate attacks aimed at derailing, if not ending, the nomination of Judge Kavanaugh to the U. S. Supreme Court. Michael Medved’s guest, Yale professor Akhil Reed Amar, tries to answer the question if there is any hope of de-escalating the madness stemming from the unbelievable level of partisan politics. Hugh Hewitt talks to ADF Senior Counsel David Cortman and Atlanta fire chief Kelvin Cochran who was fired from his job because of his belief in traditional marriage. Larry Elder wonders why golf fans, composed mainly of older white males, are so excited and supportive of Tiger Woods and his recent PGA tournament win, when so many claim that racism is rampant. Dennis Prager comments on left-wing extremist’s harassment of Ted Cruz and his wife while they were dining at a restaurant.


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