It’s been reported everywhere that the feud (that’s right a mammoth battle of family generations living in angry medieval times. Unless I’m mixing up the meanings of the word) between Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia has reached super new epicness.
It’s claimed that Woods was trying to create noise in the crowd while Garcia was taking a swing, when as we all know expressing any kind of interest when watching golf is both illegal and in fact impossible.
This feud has killed golf forever. Why? Because it’s the dullest feud in the long proud history of feuds. Take a look:
Garcia ““He’s not my favourite guy to play with. He’s not the nicest guy on tour.”
Oh no what will Tiger say?
Woods “It’s not real surprising that he’s complaining about something.”
Hit’s Garcia right where it hurts, in the sooky pants.
Garcia “At least I’m true to myself. I know what I’m doing. He can do whatever he wants.”
Maybe that’s go home and cry into his bed made of money?
Woods “We didn’t do a lot of talking.
Probably because you’re both unbelievably dull.
Does anyone remember when this guy (John Daley) was the face of golf?
He was amazing. He was outstanding. He was special. And I have no idea if he was any good at golf, and you know what kids, it doesn’t matter.
After a long battle with finding any reason to go on, golf is dead. Let’s hope that not too many people fell into a coma while watching it die.
Check out how not angry golf is with the Top 10 Angriest moments in Golf.
It’s really not very angry.