Ask Gary: Talking about Tiger, Rays Stadium, Lovie

by Gary Shelton on February 27, 2015 · 1 comment

in College Sports in Florida, general, NFL, Tampa Bay Bucs, Tampa Bay Rays

Gary, I don't know if you had to cover the PGA tour in your sportswriting career - I'm betting you did, though. That being said, and with the PGA Tour headed our way in Tampa Bay, Tiger Woods seems to have hit rock bottom with his golf game.  He seems to have developed something called the yips with his short game. If you were advising him, what should he do with his career? Call it quits, keep plugging away? See a hypnotist or sports psychologist? Is his legacy worth preserving at this time? Most professional golf fans that I know think he should throw in the towel.
-- Rick Martin

I covered a bunch of Masters and two U.S. Opens and a PGA, and I've seen Woods in triumph and in his moment of shame following his dalliances. If I were advising him, I'd have him

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Cecil DeBald February 28, 2015 at 11:31 am

Agree with you on the Bucs/Eagles game, hate to say I never thought we would win that one, and when we did, the moment we won, I told my wife, “We just won the Superbowl”! I had no doubt. And I think you daughter’s shootout was a close 2nd…

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