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Well, that was a sensational shot TW made and a great come-from-behind win.

I guess it was also satisfying to TW to beat RS yet again after RS made a couple of dumb statements publicly..

Of course, Sabbatini had famously feuded with Woods years ago. After losing to Woods by four shots at the 2007 Wachovia Championship, Sabbatini said, "The funny thing is after watching (Woods) play on Sunday, I think he's more beatable than ever."

Woods discounted the comment and later beat Sabbatini in a head-to-head matchup — shooting a 65 to Sabbatini's 74 — in the final round of the Bridgestone later that summer. Midway through that round, with Woods dominating him, Sabbatini had a fan ejected from the course for asking him if he still thought Woods was so beatable.

After Friday's round, Sabbatini was asked what he learned from second-guessing Woods' abilities.

"I guess the biggest lesson I learned was be careful what you say because the media will turn it on you," he said.


I think that's incorrect. You should be careful of what you say because you may be dumb-ass wrong....

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Why is it that the media is so wanting to show the Tiger Woods success?

Just wondering!
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Tiger is the best thing that has happened to mens golf in years. The LPGA would kill for a female US golfer like him.
LPGA now stands for Asian Mini Tour.
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Money?

Just a guess.
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Guess you are right. Most people don't care about his past problems...right?
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Why should anyone but Elin care?
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Everyone loves a winner....even E.
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