You can remember the 2013 Masters for Adam Scott's thrilling playoff victory over Angel Cabrera, the slow-play penalty leveled against a 14-year-old kid from China, or the two-stroke penalty a television viewer called on Tiger Woods for an illegal drop.
The 2013 Masters was as memorable, strange, controversial and dramatic as any sporting event I can remember. It was Mike Tyson biting Evander Holyfield's ear, the Thrilla in Manilla, Cal-Stanford, the '72 Gold Medal Basketball Game and The Immaculate Reception rolled into a single, four-day golf weekend.
I'll remember it as the weekend I realized adversity is Tiger Woods' kryptonite. I'll remember it as the weekend I first considered the real possibility that not only will Tiger fail to catch Jack Nicklaus in major championships, but Tiger isn't on the same level as Nicklaus as a competitor.
I am a Tiger Woods groupie. After Magic Johnson, Tiger is my favorite athlete of all time. I would rather watch Tiger play golf than watch fo...