He was pretty good and paid out £1000's on lessons. My grandfather was better! They played at Finchley Golf Club.CLSMark said:5 handicap, not shabby at all. Sent from my Apple product using Crapatalk
Agree. My mate Colin loves playing but he was never that good. Spent sackfuls of cash on lessons and got appointed as captain at Finchley. He was the youngest ever captain. Well proud!!CLSMark said:Could spend billions and never master it, that's the everlasting appeal of it I think Sent from my Apple product using Crapatalk
That's a police mugshot taken at 3am after the police found him asleep at the wheel of his parked car. Tiger claims he had not drunk alcohol and was suffering from painkiller issues relating to his famous back injuries.
Anyone fancy posting photos of themselves at 3am after being manhandled by Police?
The obvious question: is this DWB or DUI ?
Exactly.When he was at his peak I said to a golfing friend that Woods will have to quit early because of his swing. It relies heavily on physical strength and the extreme turn he generates puts a tremendous strain on his back.
I'm now making the same prediction about Rory McIlroy. Compare his (and Tigger's) swing with Adam Scott's and that of Ernie Els. They'll go on forever with their smoother, less 'violent' swings.