So a philosophical question here from the Blob: Does it make me a bad person that I took so much pleasure in this?
I mean, if it does, so be it. But tell me there wasn't something enormously satisfying in watching Adam Scott win the Bridgestone with Steve Williams on his bag, after Williams -- who so faithfully served Tiger Woods all those years -- was basically treated like a disposable lighter by Woods in the endgame of their relationship.
And don't give me this bushwah that, hey, Tiger paid the guy well for his services, as if that absolves the man of any obligation to act like a human being. Sorry, but it doesn't. Writing a check does not confer honor or decency; behavior does.
And so ... Adam Scott winning and Tiger finishing tied for 37th, like a common hacker?