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Is the time of a dominant golfer over?

April 21st, 2011 by

One thing has become clear since 2009, there is not a dominant golfer in the world. Phil Mickelson has had the opportunity of a lifetime to become the best player in the world. Unfortunately, family issues and inconsistent play have prevented his rise to the top rank. Since the Tiger incident there has not been a consistently dominant player in the world of golf. Martin Kaymer played very well for awhile but has cooled as of late. A score of young and international players have won on tour, none of them consistently. The current state of golf shows just how impressive Tiger was for all of those years. It is looking more and more like he is the only person in the world that has the mental game to completely dominate the sport. Given the way he is hitting the ball it is a miracle he is making cuts, but he still has strong finishes. Once he finds his swing it will be the same story. Tiger will reclaim number one, dominate the tour, and pass Jack’s record of 18 majors.

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