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Golf's Big Four: Myth or Reality?

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Golf's Big Four: Myth or Reality?

Golf's Big Four: Myth or Reality?

Golf's Big Four: Myth or Reality?

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Many fans and journalists believe four players dominate golf: Tiger Woods, Vijay Singh, Ernie Els and Phil Mickelson. Commentator Frank Deford disagrees. Tiger is still tops, he says. And besides, sports tends to be a little too big on "big."

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