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And since reading ROAR I for one am so glad she did that a year ago! Tell her thanks!
What an incredible coincidence! My then girlfriend, about the same time, told me to go follow Spike McRoy.
Give that woman a big hug and a kiss for all of us !!! wait...did that sound bad ??? :-)
I had a similar experience this past year as my wife urged me out of the house to go watch Tiger's final round at Bay Hill. It was my second experience at a professional golf tournament, but my first at one that Tiger was in. I had only one mission on my mind for the day: watch every shot he played. Although I had seen the crowds on TV, I didn't really take into account the distance or the amount of heads through which I'd be watching. I tried hard to balance "etiquette" with completing my "mission". It turned out to be an awesome, unforgettable day that I spent alone...well, me and Tiger. I totally empathize with your feeling like you're connected somehow to everything he does when you follow him like that. My story doesn't have quite the happiest ending that it could, as I was a good 100 yards away from him on that miraculous final putt--watching him putt between jumps: seeing the ball at 16 feet, at 8 feet, and jumping just in time to see it drop. I just picked up your book, and hopefully I'll get some pointers on how to position myself a little better at my next Tiger tournament. Thanks for writing!
Chad may have the idea of the follow up to "FtR". "TRAINING to FtR: The ultimate man's guide to conditioning, timing, and positioning".BRILLIANT !
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