Sunday, April 09, 2006

Tiger Woods misses Masters

Tiger Woods, the world's most famous "Cablasian" failed to win his fifth Masters title after missing too many putts today. Phil Mickelson took the green jacket earning his second Masters title.

Woods has been under lots of stress lately due to the very serious condition of his father, who inspired the golfer to take up the sport.

One can't forget though that Woods made maybe his greatest shot yet when he recently lamented the lack of diversity in professional golf.

Tiger had always played seemingly to inspire pride in his father, and one thing Earl Woods had hoped for was that his son would change the status quo.

Some 10 years ago, Woods said his son "will do more than any other man in history to change the course of humanity." Tiger could be feeling, with his father's desperate condition, that it's time to start changing things.

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