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Shipnuck: Tiger likes being Tiger. He knows when he's creating a Tiger moment, even as it's happening. If he blows into Magnolia Lane for his return, it'll be the golf event of all time.
Shipnuck: No one knows, but Elin's due date is around February. So that could be a factor.
Garrity: I'll take March 3 at 7:30 a.m.
Van Sickle: Are you starting a pool on the baby's birth or on Tiger's return?
Garrity: Both. I remember Johnny Miller saying that the most difficult thing for him was having his second-youngest son, Andy, bawling at the end of the driveway when he was leaving to go back on Tour. It'll be interesting to see whether having a second child makes a difference for Tiger, although I doubt it. Don't forget, Charlie Chan solved a lot of his cases with honorable Number Two son at his side.
Anonymous Pro: I don't care that Tiger hasn't won 18 majors yet, he's the best player of all time. Tiger won five of seven last year all while his leg was a mess? The only person who's going to beat Tiger is Tiger, and I don't see that happening.
Shipnuck: Give him Augusta this year, and then he has a home field advantage at Bethpage, where he won before. Tiger could go from question mark to exclamation point in a hurry. I think he'll win Augusta. It's one of those things that's fated. All the questions about whether he can come back? Augusta will be his answer.
IT'S THE ECONOMY, STUPID