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If all goes well, this should be the year of the Tiger. With his knee repaired and the arrival of his second child, Charlie Axel Woods, look for Tiger to play phenomenal golf. Since he hasn’t played for quite some time, he may be a bit slow in starting but once he gets the feel of the course again, there should be no stopping him.  His life is definitely in harmony and he will, according to Quantum Physicists, be creating those great drives and approach shots, not to mention those long, long putts. And I wouldn’t be surprised if he becomes the first professional golfer in history to shoot 18 birdies in 18 holes. Many years ago Ben Hogan predicted someone would do it, and I believe Tiger is that someone.  But as of this writing, he’s been slow in starting.  I believe there was a good chance that some kind of issue was on his mind the first couple days of the Masters.  But by the last day, he was going full speed.  Could his caddy’s on-gong confrontation with Phil Mickelson be a problem that was exacerbated when he and Mickelson were paired up?  If so, perhaps Tiger should consider a new caddy?

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