By David Clark
Tiger Woods was the poster child for the game of golf for decades. The man was simply unbelievable—racking up 14 Major Championships in a ten-year span. Tiger was not only the best golfer in the world; he was the best and most dominant athlete of our generation. He transcended the game by dominating it like nobody ever has in the history of sport and golf was rolling in the dollars that he was attracting on a weekly basis.
Then, the unthinkable happened, and we realized that Tiger Woods was, indeed, human. The man who was on top of the world came crashing down to Earth in the blink of an eye. Ever since the man who wears red on Sundays lost his mojo, the game of golf has been able to promise one thing: uncertainty. Continue reading