Caste Media Desperately Missing Their God

Don Wassall

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I'm always happy when the new golfing season kicks off each year with the Mercedes Benz Open in Kapalua, Hawaii. The field is limited strictly to tournament winners from the previous year, so it's an elite group of competitors.


The 2009 tournament was won by Geoff Ogilvy of Australia in a rout. He took the lead on the 14th hole of the first round and never trailed, cruising to a six shot win. He shot 67-68-65-68, began the final round with a six shot lead and went on to win by six. A steadier performance of excellent golfis hard to find.It was the fifth PGA win by the 31-year-old Ogilvy, includingthe 2006 U.S. Open, whois now the 6th ranked player in the world, though he languishes in obscurity.


So guess what headline I see in today's sports section: "Unsteady Ogilvy Still Wins PGA '09 Opener."
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You just have to laugh at these Cultural Marxist clowns sometimes. What would the headlinebeif it had been Tiger Woods who performed as Ogilvy did --"The Master of All Masters Crushesa Feeble, Intimidated Fieldof Unathletic Overachieving Pretenders in Season's First Event"


Just wait for the media onslaught when Woods is nearing his comeback sometime this spring. It'll dwarf even the ongoing praise of the by then knighted Sir Donovan McNabb. Edited by: Don Wassall
 

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Don Wassall said:
Just wait for the media onslaught when Woods is nearing his comeback sometime this spring.  It'll dwarf even the ongoing praise of the by then knighted Sir Donovan McNabb.


FYI, Philly got knocked out of the playoffs.
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Geoff Ogilvy is in the final pairing of the Match Play Championship for the third time in four years today, a Tiger-esque performance in one of the most prestigious PGA tournaments. Butthe 6th ranked player in the worldremains an unknown, because according to the media the only thing that counts in golf is Tiger Woods. If Tiger is injured or out of a tournament, none of the other players count and the sport is worthless.


19 year old Rory McIlroy from Ireland made it to the quarterfinals of this event. This kid has already won a tourament on the European tour in 2009. Yet he also is ignored by the U.S. media. If he was a 19 year old negro phenom, every golf fan in America would be aware of him.


What would really be great is for Woods to have another lengthy drought when it comes to majors and domination in general. There is no shortage of stars and potential starsin golf, from Ogilvy to Padraig Harrington to Sergio Garcia to McIlroy to Anthony Kim to Phil Mickelson (won last week) and others.
 

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I wonder how bad the injury Tiger Woods suffered really is? In the twelve years he has dominated golf so far (1997-2009), only 4 players: Singh, Mickelson, Els, and Goosen, have won 2-3 Majors of their own. There are several 1-time winners including Wier, Oglivy, and Harrington.

The media pays more attention to Tiger Woods more so than when Jack Nicklaus was reigning supreme, and Nicklaus faced tougher competition in the likes of Player, and Watson in his time. There are many outstanding golfers today other than Woods, young upstarts especially. Problem is, Woods stands out no matter what because of the color of his skin.

I wonder what would happen to golf if Woods ever retires, which is about 18 years in the future (2027)? One things for sure, it will be a sad day for every caste-loving idiots.
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Padraig Harrington has won three of the past six majors, including the two most recent ones.
 

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Dude, do you have a job? Do you ever sleep? This is a board that prizes insight, e.g., quality, over mundane, master of the obvious responses to every single post.
 

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Don Wassall said:
Dude, do you have a job?  Do you ever sleep?  This is a board that prizes insight, e.g., quality, over mundane, master of the obvious responses to every single post.
I'm a part-time carpenter, and plumber. Sorry if I seem disturbing. Later!
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