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Old 02-05-2015, 07:36 PM   #1
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Default Moment of silence for Tiger Woods career

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Hes officially a bitch....

He dropped out of the tournament in Torey Pines because "I couldnt get glutes activated"

"I tried to activate my glutes as best I could, in between, but it just, they never stayed activated."

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Rory to catch him by 2020?
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Rory to catch him by 2020?
In Majors? Probably never. Rory gets distracted easily
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Next time I go golfing and I slice it I'm going to blame it on my glutes.

GOAT excuse.
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Woods played in a weak era. Even Mickelson won majors!

Rory is dominating right now.
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Default Re: Moment of silence for Tiger Woods career

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Next time I go golfing and I slice it I'm going to blame it on my glutes.

GOAT excuse.
How does one try and activate the glutes?? Was he just giving himself a butt rub on the golf course?
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How does one try and activate the glutes?? Was he just giving himself a butt rub on the golf course?

Just turned on SportsCenter and it said, "Coming up next on Tiger Wood's injury."



What injury.

That ass was not fat?
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The Derrick Rose of golf.

-Peaked early
-Injuries plagued his career
-Glutes not activating might as well be code for lost muscle memory
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The Derrick Rose of golf.

-Peaked early
-Injuries plagued his career
-Glutes not activating might as well be code for lost muscle memory

Probably the worst analogy you could come up with.

Report said he ****ed up his back again.
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Default Re: Moment of silence for Tiger Woods career

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Probably the worst analogy you could come up with.

Report said he ****ed up his back again.
He must have missed the 14 majors lol
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Default Re: Moment of silence for Tiger Woods career

I really don't understand the injuries associated with golf. I played religiously for a period of 5-6 years, literally 8 hours a day every day, and I never sustained a major injury. The only issues I ever had were tendinitis in my elbow and issues with tearing skin off of my middle finger due to it rubbing against my grip.

Granted I don't swing quite as hard as the top flight professionals, so my back didn't undergo quite the stress, but I was still a quality golfer that could hit the ball decently far and work my shots with fades and draws as I pleased. On top of that, I probably hit just as many shots a day on average as they do. Hell I hit at least 2,000 balls a day on the range. I really question whether their injuries are tied more to working out than they are actual golf.

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He actually played decent before he was out because of back injury.
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Default Re: Moment of silence for Tiger Woods career

Rory might face the same thing Tiger did in 2010 when he was caught sleeping around. Unconfirmed, but he apparently was wearing sleeves because Wozniacki found out he had been sleeping around. He was wearing sleeves because he was fvckin on a glass table and it broke LMAO
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I really don't understand the injuries associated with golf. I played religiously for a period of 5-6 years, literally 8 hours a day every day, and I never sustained a major injury. The only issues I ever had were tendinitis in my elbow and issues with tearing skin off of my middle finger due to it rubbing against my grip.

Granted I don't swing quite as hard as the top flight professionals, so my back didn't undergo quite the stress, but I was still a quality golfer that could hit the ball decently far and work my shots with fades and draws as I pleased. On top of that, I probably hit just as many shots a day on average as they do. Hell I hit at least 2,000 balls a day on the range. I really question whether their injuries are tied more to working out than they are actual golf.
I always tear the skin off my thumbs
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I always tear the skin off my thumbs

Probably gripping the club too firmly(no homo). Do you interlock pinkies or overlap pinkie in between the top of your knuckle. Could also be a vitamin deficiency, but I'm not going to bring biochemistry into a golf thread

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