No one has ever questioned Tiger Woods’s competitiveness, though apparently that mindset carries over to other sports as well.
Woods’s caddie, Joe LaCava, recently assimilated a “Inside a Ropes” podcast on Sirius XM and common a story about a time they played H-O-R-S-E in basketball. LaCava pronounced that Woods shot a lot of 3-pointers and that he kick Woods by regulating a mid-range diversion from about 10 to 12 feet. LaCava used that plan to win 9 games in a quarrel opposite a 14-time vital champ.
“This is a loyal story,” LaCava said. “Nine games in a quarrel — and he did not speak to me a rest of a day.”
“I didn’t even get a aged text, ‘Dinner is ready,’ since we stay opposite during a beach house. we didn’t even get that content that night. we had to get takeout,” LaCava continued. “He didn’t announce he wasn’t [talking to me], he only didn’t. And I’m revelation you, it was 9 games in a row. I’m revelation you, he’s so competitive, even during something like that.”
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— Inside a Ropes (@SiriusXMITR) December 14, 2017