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Highlights from Tiger's opening round at Hero

David Foster Wallace, who wrote the seminal piece on Roger Federer, titled “Federer Both Flesh and Not,” was also stunningly accurate when considering world class players of a lesser rank.

Of Michael Joyce, who was the 79th-ranked tennis player in the world when Wallace wrote of him:

“You are invited to try to imagine what it would be like to be among the hundred best in the world at something. At anything. I have tried to imagine; it’s hard.”

These words ring in my ear when I think about the absurdity of what it means to be the best in the world at something. And then when I think about what Tiger Woods did, it is not just unimaginable, it is unfath…
Golf Channel – Golf Central Blog

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