Wrote him off a few times, cursed him a few times more for being a waste of space (his fall from grace was so disappointing being that he was the premier golfer I watched growing up).
Seems to have put his demons behind him and gotten back to what he does best - some of the golf he played this week was absolutely sublime - vintage Tiger. Having said that, he got away with a fair few errant drives this week finding favourable lies/lines.
Delighted to see him back in the winners circle, and I almost hope he can go on to match Nicklaus.
I listened to the coverage on Five Live Sports extra. I think you get better coverage on the radio than TV, certainly more tee to green than TV, which is often about 60% of watching putting. Will try and get a feed tonight, but if not, happy to don the headphones once again. Golf on the radio can be more absorbing than a lot of people think.
Test cricket is better on the radio than the TV, especially something like ABC's coverage in Australia when the Ashes is down there, but also Test Match Special. The commentators need to fill the gap between the sporadic action, instead of just showing replayes, which makes for a better experience.
Commentary on the shorter games doesn't compare, as the whole point of 50-overs and T20 is explosive batting, so you want the replays from multiple angles.
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