Listen: Tiger Woods, Frank Jack And Mohammed Ali discussed on Around the Horn
"Then Tim Duncan going seven years between championships and him hugging. His kids who weren't there and able to see him winning. You know, win the other championships. I think for Tiger Woods look at that raw emotion on his face. I think that had a lot to do with it because he was sharing it with people especially to kids. That's what made it unique. That's to me made it so special. K do you think this is a redemption story? Well, you know, when I think about redemption, and athletes, I think about Mike markes book entitled redemption song, which is about Mohammed Ali in the fact that what Mohammed Ali missile much of his career. Foreign boxing was his antiwar stance here in this country against Vietnam war in the fact that he was in fact redeemed by the supreme court which ruled in his favor. So in this case, I think is Meena does at this is redemption for Tiger Woods on the field of golf, but the rest of his life is is up to be judged by not to be judged by others. You say which makes of course, all the sense in the world. But also, it was just so out there what he page the scandal with so out there. What do you see as performance and win we are forgiving nation. We've seen it in politics. We've seen it in arts and entertainment, we've seen it over and over again in sports and people like that kind of recovery story. I think and he was a machine. He was a robot for years and years and years that we found out he's human and he's flog. And now he's come back. And as I said he rose to the top. What's again people? Love those kind of stories we like second third and even fourth changes in this country. So yes, it's a great redemption story, we saw it with Alli after the problems. He had I think we've seen this over and over again. And I think it's something that people can attach their emotions to is. We saw yesterday these as even cried at the most or it can be complex. It could be a full sore. You could have conflicting views over different parts of each person. That's the full human story. Right. What's possible? Now for tiger in your opinion. Frank Jack's record is is three away to tie four to wit can tie. You go back to being a guy who wins two majors a year and six ornaments the year, we recording this. Oh, it'll be there as we. I think he could definitely win one more major. I'm not so sure about Jack the remember they're gonna go to Bethpage right down the road here. He's won there. That'll. The PGA then Pebble Beach. He's one also and he's going to go into the PGA as the favourite. Here's my thing. Though about him winning the masters Francesco Molin, I was getting ready to sing Molinaro. Instead, it was Molinari. Oh, he kept hitting the ball into the water so him playing with Molinari helped him out. I think it built his confidence up. So tiger is great the rest of the field. That is Tigers go back to being the dominating force for golf. Well, if he's as healthy as he appeared to be as Frank pointed out, you know, why not Jack Nicklaus won the masters at forty six. Julius Boros won the PJ championship at forty eight. So you're counting another five years. And if in fact, there is no young golfer who can grab this game by the horns, then absolutely. He can't what he does tiger back dominating. And what would that mean for golf the enormity of all that? What would it mean for gum? Well, I had Britney ball. I'd spoken him off like everybody else. But the one thing about him. That is true is nobody knows Augusta any better than he does. And they've even changed it because tiger and as a result of that.."