way back in 2008, Tiger Woods was at the top of his game and had just won the U.S. Open. His total prize money that year was $5,750,000 plus millions upon millions in endorsements. In 2009 he became the first billion-dollar athlete.

What could possibly go wrong?

crystal_ball_miniatureAmidst all the hooplah, one sharp-eyed, soothsayer detected major problems. This obscure golf guru peered into his crystal ball & predicted the inevitable demise of Tiger’s game.

Before you read the 2008 prediction, consider this:

IF high tech, freeze framed, micro managed, multiple golf lessons have destroyed Tiger Wood’s golf swing, his game, his knees & his back. . . Just think what it can do for YOU!

7 years ago, Jim McLellan wrote the following article. Not everyone believed his predictions. Maybe Mr. Woods should have read it:

Me & Tiger Woods: Comparing Golf Swings

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It was an embarrassing and humiliating event, but one that would radically change my life forever.
I was sitting with a group of jocks that had won letters in their individual sports. I was one of two who that lettered as a 10th grader. As I looked around the room, I was the skinniest kid in the group. My ribs were showing, they called me toothpick, the 97 pound weakling, a bag of bones. I wasn’t focused on the fact that I was receiving an award for being a golf star. Rather, I was sitting with my arms folded in front of me hoping that no one would notice how damn skinny I was!
The picture at the top right of the blog gives some indication as to my skinniness!
Right then and there I decided that I wanted to trade my frail body in for muscles. My goal was to transform my body to the point where no one would recognize me at the next class reunion.
Graduating from High school, I tipped the scales at 123# at 5 feet 11 inches. My arms measured 10 1/4 inches and was told by the “experts” that because of my small bones I would never have bigger than a 14″ arm. I refused to believe them and went to work. I joined a gym and began a serious regime of weight training. Some days I drank 6 quarts of milk. See next post.

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