Golf broadcaster compares Tiger Woods to a polar bear
Tiger Woods was in Turkey last week and the European Tour took a camera to film the madness.
If you think golf tournaments Tiger Woods plays in stateside are wild, you haven't seen anything like what happens overseas.
Woods, wisely, took a bodyguard to Turkey and China where the crowds were borderline maniacal.
Ken Brown, a BBC and Golf Channel broadcaster had some pretty interesting things to say about Woods in the video above.
"It must be not an easy life to live," he said. And he's right.
Then, on Woods rhythms and methodical traits.
"He moves around smoothly and slowly, like a polar bear."
That's a pretty great and hilarious description.
Matt Ginella is right, by the way, Woods is very much "the heartbeat of the game."
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