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Calling all Mentalists to the TEST. Will Tiger win again? I am publically going out on a limb and predict Tiger will win on the Tour, but will not win another Major. If you disagree and willing to commit, make your prediction to which Major (Masters, PGA, US Open, or British Open)and what year he will win. This could prove to very interesting and fun.
"The New York Papers," Mark Twain once said,"have long known that no large question is ever really settled until I have been consulted; it is the way they feel about it, and they show it by always sending to me when they get uneasy. "
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What are the choices? Can you publish a list to fine tune our decisions?
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On 2012-05-01 10:04, Slim King wrote:
What are the choices? Can you publish a list to fine tune our decisions? I could run one by his house down here and see what he thinks .. Smile
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On 2012-05-01 10:04, Slim King wrote:
What are the choices? Can you publish a list to fine tune our decisions?


Well Tiger is 36, which gives him 14 years before going to the Champions Tour. Remember, my prediction is he will not win a Major in the next 14 years.
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On 2012-05-01 10:04, Slim King wrote:
What are the choices? Can you publish a list to fine tune our decisions?


Well Tiger is 36, which gives him 14 years before going to the Champions Tour. Remember, my prediction is he will not win a Major in the next 14 years.


Masters - 2013 to 2026 Already played this year
PGA - 2012 to 2026
US Open - 2012 to 2026
British Open - 2012 to 2026

Slim, I don't have the exact dates for all those years. In this case that is not important. Just the event and year. Example: Win PGA in 2019
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I predict that he will win the British Open in 2013, and that will be his last, but most remembered major win.
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On 2012-05-01 16:27, Sammy J. wrote:
I predict that he will win the British Open in 2013, and that will be his last, but most remembered major win.


If he's (Tiger) good enough to win the BO (arguably the toughest) this year, then there's no reason to think he won't win other majors! Jack won the U.S. open in '86 well into his 40's.
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On 2012-05-01 16:27, Sammy J. wrote:
I predict that he will win the British Open in 2013, and that will be his last, but most remembered major win.


Good stuff Sammy!!
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I predict Tiger will retire between the age of 40 and 43 if not sooner. But may make a comeback a few years later for a while but will never be as good as was originally.

But he WILL retire because of frustration of not getting back his old form. Which he will never get back. He has an ego the size of a mountain which won't be able to take being a has been and will want to escape the limelight.

That's my prediction
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I believe he will win the easiest one !!!
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On 2012-05-02 15:37, Slim King wrote:
I believe he will win the easiest one !!!


Now, come on Slim, give me a tournament and year. Not letting you off that easy.
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He will win the next 15 majors in a row. He would win 16 but he gets in trouble on #3 on Sunday and slams his driver in the ground and snaps it he is so upset that he then busts his putter. After that he wins the next 8 in a row. The call it the Tiger Slam 2.0
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On 2012-05-01 09:57, Steven Conner wrote:
Calling all Mentalists to the TEST. Will Tiger win again? I am publically going out on a limb and predict Tiger will win on the Tour, but will not win another Major. If you disagree and willing to commit, make your prediction to which Major (Masters, PGA, US Open, or British Open)and what year he will win. This could prove to very interesting and fun.


Would you like to wager cash on that?
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On 2012-05-01 09:57, Steven Conner wrote:
Calling all Mentalists to the TEST. Will Tiger win again? I am publically going out on a limb and predict Tiger will win on the Tour, but will not win another Major. If you disagree and willing to commit, make your prediction to which Major (Masters, PGA, US Open, or British Open)and what year he will win. This could prove to very interesting and fun.


Would you like to wager cash on that?


AH! Master Danny. First I would never bet on a hunch. After all, a blind squirrel even finds a nut. If I were going to make a bet like that, it would be with Tiger where I could create a little pressure.
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On 2012-05-01 09:57, Steven Conner wrote:
Calling all Mentalists to the TEST. Will Tiger win again? I am publically going out on a limb and predict Tiger will win on the Tour, but will not win another Major. If you disagree and willing to commit, make your prediction to which Major (Masters, PGA, US Open, or British Open)and what year he will win. This could prove to very interesting and fun.


Would you like to wager cash on that?


AH! Master Danny. First I would never bet on a hunch. After all, a blind squirrel even finds a nut. If I were going to make a bet like that, it would be with Tiger where I could create a little pressure.


lol--how much money do YOU think would create pressure for Tiger?
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The money would not create pressure at all since the players are betting with each other anyway. The pressure if at all would come from the inner self. Think of it like a magic competition where everyone has to perform the same magic. The best delivery wins. Hey Danny, not a bad concept for a future event. Tiger isn't going to succomb to pressure like you and I. My point is, once you lose your edge, and the fear factor disappears from the other players playing for second, among a host of other things, this is the pressure that can dismantle one such as Tiger which is why my prediction. Some want him to win, others do not. As an oddsmaker, the chips are actually against me, hence no bet.
"The New York Papers," Mark Twain once said,"have long known that no large question is ever really settled until I have been consulted; it is the way they feel about it, and they show it by always sending to me when they get uneasy. "
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I predict Tiger will retire between the age of 40 and 43 if not sooner. But may make a comeback a few years later for a while but will never be as good as was originally.

But he WILL retire because of frustration of not getting back his old form. Which he will never get back. He has an ego the size of a mountain which won't be able to take being a has been and will want to escape the limelight.

That's my prediction



I couldn't agree more.
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I predict this is his last year for a while. He’s not done with legal problems. Some involvement with a regulated substance (possibly linked to one or more of his women) will bring him back to the headlines around Christmas. No conviction will ever be made, but the publicity will force him to disappear for a time. He may resurface by the end of the decade, but his champion status is over.
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I'm not a mentalist, but my prediction is the 2014 Masters.

I'm a golf fan.

Go Tiger!

I also predict Tiger will break Jack's record for total majors! He has too much talent and drive to not forge ahead and prove the media/critics wrong. He's just too driven.
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Tiger has lost his mental game and is focusing on the wrong things. Placing too much attention on his swing has screwed up the inner connection with his best shots which can only be done in trance.

His dad also died which means the biggest driving force behind him is now gone. And it looks like he has stopped working with Jay Brunza a clinical hypnotist who was his fasthers friend and worked with Tiger since he was 13. And was a major component of Tigers success.
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