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Steve Czaban is a 25 year sports radio veteran, who hosts an afternoon drive show in Washington D.C. "Czabe" also writes and edits his own commentaries for www.czabe.com and other on-line and print publications. He can be reached at czabe@yahoo.com.

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    Really, he won all his majors in 11 years. Crazy how brief it really all was. 2006 Tiger at Oakmont was the height of his roids.

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    Chris A

    That swing is freakin perfect. I have to agree with the fellow commentator, he got big like Bonds, ruined his body. Leaving Harmon was a mistake as well. I really could give 2 shits on who he was laying it to, that’s his business. But my God that was a perfect swing.

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    Hosel Rocket

    I still remember watching a tournament at the height of the Barry Bonds scandal and seeing Tiger walk around in a tight red golf shirt looking like Terry Crews and wondering why nobody was calling him out.

    It is a good bet the days of pros competing well into their 40s are going to be few and far between. Guys like Rory and Jason compete at a high level in their teens and workout like fiends to hit the ball a long way. Between burnout, injuries and fat bank accounts these guys will start exiting the game at an earlier age.

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    Daedalus fashioned two pairs of wings out of wax and feathers for himself and his son. Daedalus tried his wings first, but before trying to escape the island, he warned his son not to fly too close to the sun, nor too close to the sea, but to follow his path of flight. Overcome by the giddiness that flying lent him, Icarus soared into the sky, but in the process he came too close to the sun, which due to the heat melted the wax. Icarus kept flapping his wings but soon realized that he had no feathers left and that he was only flapping his bare arms, and so Icarus fell into the sea in the area which today bears his name, the Icarian Sea near Icaria


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