Listen: Molinari, Golf And Augusta discussed on After Hours With Amy Lawrence
"Golf have really been crazy from where tiger was to. Then what happened with the fall with the surgeries with the cheating? With the DUI and all the public embarrassment, except he turned it around. And we saw what he was able to do in two thousand thirteen. It wasn't a major though. Then we saw him fall out of the top one thousand in the world rankings. And in twenty seventeen when he was at the champions dinner for the master. He said it was over. He couldn't walk. He can barely move. The back was in such a bad spot. And then you saw turnaround and twenty eighteen. And some people say never doubted him. I doubt it. There were moments. Like, I said the other day twenty fifteen US open when he's sixteen over with all he's been through. I'm saying the mental states not there, the physical states not there, and he's not the Tiger Woods that I want. So. And then in twenty eight t to change he was not only competing well, but competing well consistently. Came very close to winning two majors. And then the first major twenty nineteen boom. Down two strokes. Final round at Augusta. Molinari splash on twelve. He pars tiger birdies on fifteen sixteen. What a tee shot on sixteen. And the next thing, you know, just"