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That’s why Donald’s win at Disney rates so high. A chance like this might not come along again, and he seized it in a manner expected of the No. 1 player in the world.

It was the kind of performance only seen from Woods at the height of his game.

Think of it this way. What if it had been Woods who, in the final tournament of the year that he had to win, shot 30 on the back nine? What if it had been Woods who had as many wins as anyone else, including a World Golf Championship? What if it had been Woods who won the money title and the Vardon Trophy and had 74 percent of his finishes in the top 10?

Would there even be a discussion?