Come on Eldrick. We aren't your ex-wife. You honestly think we are going to believe a bone popped out of your hand and you just "put it back in it's place?" You must think we work at the local Huddle House.
Tiger shot a 73 yesterday. He finished The Masters at -5 which is a hell of a lot better than I thought he would going into Augusta. He did have some incredible vintage Tiger shots that gave you a glimmer of hope he could pull something off. But he was awful off the tees all weekend. I think he only hit about 15% of his fairways.
Of course Jordan Spieth stole the show tying a Masters record (and Tiger one of course) finishing at -18 and was the first golfer since Raymond Floyd in 1976 to lead all four rounds. Spieth is only 21 years old and last year finished 2nd in his first ever appearance in Augusta. The kid is legit and him and Rory McIlroy could build a classic rivalry for the next 20 plus years.
In other words Tiger may bring in more viewers but the game of golf is in great hands with some young superstars.