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Discussion in 'Other Sports' started by PhiSlammaJamma, Jun 15, 2008.
Ouch, thats not good for golf....
That'll hurt his 40 time, for sure. haha
I don't think with a torn acl and stress fracture his leg was fine.
That's what they're saying now. He didn't act like the leg was bothering him AT ALL until he shanked one. Then he did a slight grimace.
He was inspired by Paul Pierce. Ghost injuries = makes you a hero. And how do you get injured playing golf, anyway? lol
If you aren't hit with a club, ball, or cart - you should never be too injured to golf.
His first grimace was on his first hard driver swing. The only times he grimaced were when he was trying to hit a 340 yard ball off the tee which is understandable. He grimaced on the 90th hole when he piped one right down the middle. And the way you tear your acl is just like any other sport where to much pressure gets put on the knee. The guy swings harder than any guy in the world and one of the keys to his swing is driving the left knee. And I don't think there's been any reports of how he actually hurt himself it's just all speculation. He could have hurt himself playing football in his backyard. I think you just purposely disagree with everyone in the media so when you're proven right one time you can say that you know more than them. Unfortunately you're wrong almost all the time.
ahh yes, good Gloat logic. Having year ending surgery is just a ghost injury. Makes complete sense to jeapardise a career just for a fake injury.
Just saying. A golfer being injured is hilarious to me. How in shape do you need to be to swing a stick at a ball?
Tiger was probably bawlin' at his local ymca and hurt his leg on a dunk attempt.
I know someone who needed a knee reconstruction from falling over. Another who dislocated his knee while dancing (which is quite funny). But strange injuries happen.
^Were they dancing on LP Field?
I know someone who threw his arm out giving somebody else a high five. My favorite injury of all time. :grrhee: