You are correct. If BDC walked by me I’d probably 10 seconds later realize that I recognize him.Tiger, Tiger and Tiger.
I imagine virtually every other golfer could walk down the street and not be recognized 99% of the time.
EASILY....Tiger, Phil, Bryson
Next up? DJ, Rors, JT
I concur. As a former LD drive guy I see it as something very intriguing. No LD guy has had much success.What I love about Bryson, is that no matter which side you're on, you're absolutely talking about him.
His "It's my way and I don't give a %$#@ what people think" attitude is perfect to either hate or support.
His way about golf is perfect to either hate or support.
It's great. It's fun.
Still going with it beingTypically the guys brought into the events for the funny season....Rory and Phil after Tiger
I think he's trying to combine the two, honestly. ..And frankly, he's the closest I've ever seen to pure accuracy with absolute power - doing it in his own way by eliminating as much potential error.I concur. As a former LD drive guy I see it as something very intriguing. No LD guy has had much success.
He’s trying to go from golfer to LD. I’ve tried the opposite. Well good luck there. I’ve been missing fairways since like 1992. Until a year or two ago, I was still Krank’ing them.
I agree. Raw distance is an advantage for sure. You still have to at least keep it between the stakes. That’s where it can get interesting.I think he's trying to combine the two, honestly. ..And frankly, he's the closest I've ever seen to pure accuracy with absolute power - doing it in his own way by eliminating as much potential error.
It's really interesting. I talked about this a few months ago when he first came back with that swing, I was just waiting for him to flinch - it feels very 'all in' where the slightest mistake will cost him wins, but it'll also provide the opportunity to win a LOT.
I don’t care if he’s a 2 watt bulb. When he’s on, he’s the best golfer alive on this planet (at current levels, Tiger would still spank him most of the time in his prime).What I really like about the DJ story is that people can get on board with the dominance factor and overlook the part where he's not as verbally polished as a lot of these guys are on tour.
If you're watching golf for a complete performance, he's done it.
If you're looking for the complete package both on the course and off, he's probably not going to get it done.
...and it's fun that it drives people NUTS that DJ is the former and not the latter.