Tiger has to face it..he is not the Young Buck he use to be..none of us are. So who will be the next Number 1?
Courtesy of Robert Lusetich Fox News..
While the golf world debates whether Tiger Woods will ever get back to being the dominant player he was, Rickie Fowler’s the latest young gun to remind that the ultimate judge of that may well be Father Time.
Woods will be 35 this year; Fowler, who on Friday tied the 36-hole scoring record at the Memorial, is still 21.
They are of different generations, and Generation Next, with budding stars like Rory McIlroy, Ryo Ishikawa, Jason Day and Fowler coming into their own this year, has been signaling a changing of the guard.
Even Woods, sounding like an elder statesman, has noticed.
“My group of guys that I competed against, the Ernies, the Phils, the Vijays, the Gooses, we went at it for over a decade together, and so it’s just a matter of these guys getting out there,” he said.
“It’s the same group of guys. You see they’re all about the same age. It will be cool to see the next 10 years, how that all turns out.
“They’re just getting started.”
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