The Greenbrier Classic Giveaway
By mustang6560 on 7/5/12
The first round of the Greenbrier Classic is underway in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. And since Tiger Woods is in the field in back to back weeks, I figured it was enough of an excuse to feature back to back FREE giveaways on oobgolf.
Greenbrier Classic Leaderboard
As I was rummaging through the prize vault I found a Brush Caddy Portable Club Head Cleaner, so I thought I'd feature it as the prize. To enter the giveaway, simply answer the following question in the comments section below.
Which record will Tiger Woods break first - Sam Sneads' 82 PGA Tour victories or Jack Nicklaus' 18 major titles? If you don't think he'll break either record, tell us why.
All comments posted by 11:59pm Sunday, July 8, 2012 will be counted in the random drawing. Users can post multiple comments but only one will count as entry. We will announce the winner Monday morning.
** Giveaway is open to all legal US residents 18 years or older. No purchase necessary. A winner will be announced the week of July 9, 2012 on oobgolf.com. Tax expenses are not included. You have the right to refuse the prize. In case of prize refusal a series of new entrants will be picked until the prize is accepted. Odds of winning based on number of entries. Void where prohibited. For a list of winners, click here.
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Both at the same event. He will win the 2017 Masters 20 years after his first Major. It will be his 83rd PGA Tour vitory and his 19th Major.
Can I borrow Banker's answer? I don't really follow Tiger and Banker seems to have a good gauge on Tiger's track.
Easily Sam's record. I think he will break both and win over 100 PGA Tour events!!!
I think he ties Jack's record then breaks Sneads. I agree that he wins 100 or more Tour events also.
I'm sure he'll break Snead's record, but i'm not sure he'll break Jack's.
eh I guess Snead's
Sam's record for sure. To do it the other way he'd need 5 of his next 8 wins to be majors.
jrbizzle makes a lot of sense.
I say the victories. It will be much tougher to win majors.
Sam's record goes first.
Will blow away Snead's record within 2 years. Still not sure whether he will break, miss, or blow Jack away.
I'll go with him breaking Sam's records. Jack's is questionable.
He'll break the 82 victories first.
Definitely 82 victories. Probably by 2014...
Snead's... he'll never break Jack's
Snead. And I hope Jack stays on top!
Snead“s record will fall first
91 career victories, 17 majors. Jack wins.
Tiger will take down Snead, but unlikely he will overcome Jacks record- He cant handle the pressure.
Snead's will fall a lifetime before Jack's will. So I say Snead's will go down first at Tiger's hands.
joe jones says:
Read my article on Samuel Jackson Snead. His record may be reachable sooner for Tiger than Jack's 18.
Snead then Jack. Total destruction of both.
Jack then Snead
He will break Snead's record first. He will start playing in more events like this week. This is the first time he has played in Greenbrier's event.
if he destroys Snead's record and gets over 100 wins, but falls just short of Jack's major record, lets say he stops at 16, can we still call him the greatest player of all time or no?
or is majors the only thing that can make a player claim that top spot? because, hypothetically, if he gets to 100 wins, that's better than Jack's total by a little over 25 wins.
i think he'll break both records though. Snead's in 2016. Jack's in 2023. unless he gets hurt again, then all bets are off.
Most definitely Snead's first.
Will break Snead's record first.
I've seen this at stores before. Looks interesting if it can stay in the ground.
Duffer 83 says:
He'll break Snead's
He'll break Snead's record, but not Jack's!
As a kid, he had Jack's accomplishments posted on his bedroom wall.... he's driven, it will happen. But then I am sure some "purist" will want to put an asterisk on it, claiming HGH or something of the like.
He'll break Snead's 82 PGA Tour victories.
Sneads, next year at Pebble, including the PGA championship this year. it will be one hell of a hot streak.
Snead's record will be broken for sure. Jack's record might not be broken but Tiger will close to it for sure.
Kurt the Knife says:
Kurt the Knife says:
Sam Sneads' 82 PGA Tour victories.
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