by Jeff Skinner
It shouldn’t come as a surprise that Tiger Woods has announced that he will be playing in the W.G.C. Bridgestone Invitational. After all, he has only won this tournament seven out of ten times. If any place is going to make Tiger feel at home it is Firestone Country Club. Seven wins and never shooting higher than 71 on a championship course will do that to a fellow. Each week that Tiger plays and doesn’t win increases the pressure on the world’s number one. He is perilously close to losing his top ranking and each tournament without a win drops Woods further into the ranks of an “average golfer.” That is a neighborhood that Woods has never visited. Another week of “average” play will continue Tiger’s tailspin of decline and bring his 2010 season one step closer to a professional disaster, much like his personal life.