Ten years ago, I was fairly confident that the era of a dominant professional golfer was over. Perhaps a Nick Faldo-type would come along every 20 years and win 4 to 5 major championships over a career, but I was convinced that 1 or 2 career majors would be the norm for even the world's best (e.g., Greg Norman, Fred Couples, Davis Love III, Tom Lehman, Tom Kite, Corey Pavin, etc.).
Then came Tiger Woods. By the age of 29, he has now won 10 professional major championships and 3 more amateur major championships. Truly, remarkable. I think that the other tour players might collectively agree to give him the next 9 (which would break Nicklaus' record) if Tiger would would agree to immediately retire thereafter.
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