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IMO, this current generation of golfers aged 20-24 is perhaps the best in the history of golf. No big surprise given the increased popularity of the sport, and these guys learning and developing skills at a much younger age.

I believe this trend will continue. Even if Tiger is as good as he is now at the age of 32, I think he will be facing much more quality competition than he is now.

This could (probably won't) stop Tiger from winning 18 majors.
 

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I never saw Jack or Arnie in their prime, but it would have to be tough not to top Tiger. He's tough under pressure. I don't watch much in the way of LPGA Golf unless it's a backhaul (remember it's not a sport :D), but I always root for Annika Sorenstam. She's tough under pressure just like Tiger. These are my 2 favorites right now. They don't choke like Mickelson for example. I can't see Tiger not breaking Jack's record for the most majors. He's just too good.
 
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Dude seriously. People are starting to play at younger ages. Also people have realized golf is a sport that you can play whether you are 3 or 95.
 
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