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Hack: One of the most revealing things Tiger said at the Match Play was, "I'm a divorced father." That said volumes about his new life. He probably can't be the range rat that he was.
Van Sickle: Goodbye, Ranger Rick?
Bamberger: If Earl was his putting guru, who can Tiger really go to for a putting conversation? He probably doesn't have anybody.
Shipnuck: That's a great point. Butch and Hank never got into the putting. It really was Earl. Despite being a single father, Tiger spent nine days in Augusta, then jumped on a plane to China for a big Nike junket. He's trying to rebuild his business side, and he has created more off-course work for himself.
Garrity: I was surprised that Tiger got so much adoration from the Augusta National crowds. Those fans were all over him.
Shipnuck: I think everyone has had enough of this struggle. At this point, we miss Tiger. When he's playing his best, there's an electricity. It's the best show in all of sports.
Van Sickle: The Yankees are the most exciting franchise in baseball, just like Tiger is the most exciting franchise in golf. After a dry spell, people want to see them win again. They want to see history made.
Bamberger: I hate the Yankees.
Shipnuck: We all hate the Yankees. But when they're in the World Series, the volume is definitely turned up.
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