Lest readers of this blog think I am simply a book geek, let me assure you I am a geek in a whole range of subjects. When I am not sitting at home reading books I am often at home watching golf. I never thought the day would come when I would spend weekend afternoons watching golf on TV but it has come to pass. If you share this particular passion for the maddening game of golf then you were probably at home watching Vijay Singh eke out a playoff victory Sunday in the last major of the year. Singh may have won the PGA Championship at Whistling Straits with the highest final round score carded by a winner, but a win is a win. Despite his struggles on Sunday, I think the 41-year old Fijian can lay a claim to best player in the world. The good folks over at National Review Online were kind enough to post my argument. So check it out if you enjoy that sort of thing.
Great writing there Kevin, and a fine argument as well. I’m not necessarily a fan of Singh’s, and if I had to root for any of those nearing Tiger it would be Phil, mainly due to his usual ‘go for it’ attitude, though he actually won due to leaving it behind. While not a great fan of Singh, it’s nearly impossible to argue the numbers he’s had, not just this year, but $$ leader last year as well.
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