No one can argue the facts when it comes to the legendary golfer who is Tiger Woods. He sells tickets. The ratings for PGA tournaments always gets a boost when Woods is playing. Advertisers of the PGA Tour love him and certainly don't mind hitching their products to his star power. But even though Woods name value still remains, he's not exactly setting the golfing world on fire on the course. He's been battling injuries, granted, but his game is way off, and his play is getting to the point where even Woods has to question how much longer he wants to play as a shell of his former self. Keep Reading
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