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Posted April 15, 2015 in By Kerry Kabase by Tom Brassell
If you were Greg Norman, Fred Couples, Ernie Els and other top players playing in the 1997 Masters you had to have a premonition after the tournament was over.
Here was a 21 year old kid coming to this hallowed ground and breaking the tournament record and leaving little doubt he would be a force to reckon with for many years.
They had to know that winning majors in the future would be a daunting task with a Tiger prowling.
Fast forward to 2015.
Here comes a 21 year old kid tying the tournament record and leaving the field in the dust.
Tiger now knows the feeling that his fellow players had in 1997.
He also knows that a 25 year old Rory McIlroy, who beat him head to head on Sunday by 7 shots, makes his drive to win another major even more difficult. Youth will be served, again.