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On Sunday, December 3, 2017 at 3:19:05 PM UTC-8, Dene wrote: 
> It was a lot of fun watching him. I’d forgotten how great he is.  He will certainly make the
golf tournaments of the future far more interesting. 

I have to say that I enjoyed watching him play and I never was a huge Tiger fan. Despite Saturday's
scoring problems, he says that physically he is feeling good. He was coy about what the schedule for
2018 was going to be, other than concentrating on his training and building around the majors. 

I was never a fan either but it’s fun to watch a comeback, especially an old guy comeback.  Pitts
had to be dying.  Tiger blew a shot and screamed, “God damnit.”  Jordan Spieth blew a drive and
screamed out, “gosh darn it.”  Betcha Pitts is a Spieth fan.