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Tiger Woods could make this the best week in the history of golf

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The 150th Open Championship is finally taking place in St. Andrews and a host of big names have taken to golf’s home ground.

However, the biggest of them all will shut down just before 10 a.m. ET. I’m talking about the a needle. I’m talking about the guy with 15 majors. I’m talking about GOAT:

Woods the monstrous tiger.

This whole week at the Old Course there was a celebration of the great game of golf. The 150th match of this championship is a special one. Players and fans are enthralled every day just to take part in the scenes at such a legendary location.

How big is this week? Tiger had this to say on Tuesday:

“This is the most historic match we have ever had. I just don’t want to miss this Open in the hometown of golf. “

So yeah, if Tiger Woods lifts the Claret Jug in the air on Sunday it will be the greatest week in golf history. Imagine the crowds surrounding that great final hole at St. Andrews. Imagine the party going on in all the pubs in that pretty little town. Imagine the tears that would fall from Tiger’s eyes.

It will be an absolutely unbelievable moment that sports fans will never forget.

However, can it really happen? Can the man who almost died in a car crash last year find his championship form in four days? Can the guy who looked limp from the devastating leg injury in that crash fight through the pain again and stunned us all with another major championship win?

The odds say he won’t be able to do it. Forget his battered body and untested match for a minute – there are too many good golfers who are really good at golf right now.

There’s also a lot of doubt about Tiger and his game. We’ve only seen him play twice this year, and while he’s cut in both majors he’s played, he hasn’t been a factor over the weekend.

St. Andrews, however, seems like the perfect place for GOAT to work some magic. It’s an easier walk than Augusta and the Southern Hills. He’s won here twice before in 2000 and 2005. He was able to draw his way around this affiliate course and showcased his excellence with his legendary short game. .

Tiger Woods winning his 150th Open Championship isn’t crazy to think about.

Whatever happens, it will be fun to watch Tiger at St. Andrews. Nothing is promised. These moments don’t happen often. We should all just enjoy these days when we get them.

But if Tiger somehow wins… oh my gosh. It will just be the best.


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(AP Photo / Derik Hamilton)

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– This is the amount that the winner and others will receive at The Open.

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