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SportChamblee: Nobody in their right mind thinks Tiger can win 4 more majors

05:50  18 may  2019
05:50  18 may  2019 Source:   golfchannel.com

Koepka fires back at Chamblee after omission from golf's best short list

Koepka fires back at Chamblee after omission from golf's best short list Brooks Koepka did not appreciate being left off Brandel Chamblee's short list of players who can compete with Tiger Woods for best in the world. 

Chamblee thinks Woods is just one of many examples of PGA Tour players relying too much on their instructors. He made special note of DeLaet's recent success "There's a lot of guys on tour that have all the shots, but they just get in their little mini blanket with their thumb in their mouth, and they will

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Fresh off his first major win since 2008, Tiger Woods showed up to Bethpage as the odds-on favorite to win the PGA Championship and get within two major victories of Jack Nicklaus' all-time record.

But Woods' renewed quest for 18 major titles took a hit on Friday, after he carded rounds of 72-73 and missed the cut by a shot in the year's second major.

On Friday's edition of "Golf Central Live From the PGA," the analysts agreed the hype surrounding Woods' return to major championship glory may have gotten a little ahead of itself following Woods' Masters triumph.

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Nobody has lost more at the Ryder Cup than Phil Mickelson. Right behind him? Player adds that he drills into young players how much of golf is in the mind . Ability and physique are one thing, but conquering what might be going on in the head is a major battle, too.

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"I don’t think anybody in their right mind would think he’s got a chance, a real chance, a solid chance to win four more major championships. But there is some romanticism there," said Golf Channel analyst Brandel Chamblee, who picked Woods to win earlier in the week. "So often he does things that just defy explanation. But he’s human, clearly."

“The romantic view was ‘he’s back, he’s going to win everything.’ And that is so unrealistic," added Frank Nobilo. "And it’s so unfair to him because it denigrates the victories. They’re not that easy. He knows it’s a tough act to follow."

Woods, who has 15 career majors to his name after slipping on the green jacket last month, missed his sixth cut in his last 11 major championships, but this is the first time he's followed up a major win with a missed cut in the next major.

Brooks Koepka focused on Byron Nelson, not PGA Championship or Brandel Chamblee

Brooks Koepka focused on Byron Nelson, not PGA Championship or Brandel Chamblee This week Koepka will play a treeless, wind-swept expanse named Trinity Forest Golf Club in Dallas, home to the AT&T Byron Nelson. While other players are resting ahead of the PGA Championship and have taken reconnaissance trips to Bethpage Black, Koepka will ready himself by playing his way into the major. "I like building a little bit of rhythm, finding your game, figuring out how to score, to manage your game and it's worked for me," the world's No. 3-ranked player said ahead of Thursday's start of the Byron Nelson. "We've looked at stats and usually my second week out is my best week.

Nobody in their right fucking mind would do this. It’s really hard to swing an Most don’t even acknowledge it, barely comprehend that there is something to acknowledge, so used have they become to this. “I think it’s safe to say nobody in their right mind wants to go into a church and kill people

Tiger Woods would have smashed Jack Nicklaus’ major record if he hadn’t been obsessed with transforming his Woods was considered by many a lock to capture the crown jewel of golf records, but hasn’t won a ‘If Tiger doesn’t lift weights…'" And Chamblee responded: "He would have won

Woods' next chance to get No. 16 will come at next month's U.S. Open at Pebble Beach, where he won the 2000 U.S. Open by a record 15 shots.

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