Muhammed Ali was the same age as Tiger Woods is now when he lost the last fight of his career to Trevor Berbick.  By then Ali was a shadow of his former self. In fact he lost three of his last four fights yet is still universally regarded as "The Greatest."

Tiger Woods has won 14 Majors, more than any man still playing, but now he is struggling. To me he is the Ali of golf; the greatest in my lifetime.

At 39 he believes he can win again; we dream that he might.

But is Woods damaging his legacy by sufferring so publicly like this? Surely he has nothing to prove. One worries for him at Chambers Bay in a couple of weeks if he cannot break 80 at Muirfield Village. Should he even play?

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