Tiger Woods PGA Tour 13 Review | BrashGames


In golf, change is a process so gentle it’s almost undetectable to the naked eye. The courses – developed by men from original ideas by Mother Nature – quietly assimilate themselves into the natural landscape in stark contrast to the soft power sporting palaces constructed elsewhere by billionaire U.S. businessmen and Russian oligarchs. The players are the Galápagos Tortoises of the sports world. The slow erosion of one generation’s dominance by the next allowing the likes of Tom Watson to come within a chip and a putt of winning The Open Championship at the age of 59.

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