Wednesday, April 07, 2010

A SIDE STORY TO THE "RETURN OF THE HORNY BUDDHIST"

As everyone in the world knows, Tiger Woods returns to competitive golf at the Masters.  That's really not very interesting.

He's grouped with Matt Kuchar.  Kuchar used to be interesting when his father was his caddy and had no idea how to behave on a golf course.  Today, that's not very interesting.


Mr. "You're my soulmate" is also grouped with K.J. Choi.  That's interesting--if you know what to look for.

As everybody in the world knows, Tiger is Nike.  Nike might not be Tiger but Tiger is Nike.  Choi was a Nike endorsee until the beginning of last year.  Nike semi-fired him.  Since then, he's worn a Korean Flag on his hat and shirt (This is especially appropriate in that he is a Korean--it would be strange if he was Greek or something.).  Now he's going to be on Television for about four hours getting about a 12 share.  I can't wait to see if the swoosh reappears on his garments tomorrow.  It might be a short date but I'll bet there's a quick 20 large or so in it for K.J.  for what they call in the industry a "one-spotter".  Never mind Tiger's travails.  check out K.J.'s hat.   

I don't think anybody can come in cold and play Augusta National dry and win the tourney with no competitive golf in them for five months.  If it pours down rain, maybe.  Count the putts.  Tiger's 28 putts per round might become 31 or 32.  If that happens, Tostitos.

1 Comments:

At 6:29 AM, April 08, 2010, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It does seem the Tiger would be off his game a little ... he'll be cold without the hookers ...

Is he tamed now?

Maybe we should call him Tigger? Especially if he spends the Masters living in the Sandy Pits.

 

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