Over at pga.com Brian Wacker is commenting on Sean O'Hair's appearance on Golf Live Extra and his thoughts about Tiger Woods.
Sean is familiar with where Tiger is at. He's also, "been there done that" and whilst Sean never reached Tiger's level of accomplishments he knows a lot about "losing it".
Where to go what to do?
Brian writes, Sean O'Hair knows about success and failure.
It's why, he says, he can relate to the struggles that Tiger Woods is going through.
"Obviously Tiger is going through some issues right now," O'Hair said Tuesday from Bay Hill. "I don't think that it's anything abnormal. When you look at all the greatest players in the game, you know, Jack, Arnold Palmer, all the greats, they've all had their ups and downs and I think the thing that with Tiger is that he's got to figure out what he wants to do and where he wants to be mentally, and I think that once he figures that out, he's going to be able to do whatever he wants to do again."
Eye the window of the soul
The origin of the saying, "The eye is the window of the soul" is debatable. Some say Shakespeare other people suggest Da Vinci however regardless of who first said it, there's no doubt in the mind of most people that the look in a person's eye(s) is a good indicator of their present state of mind.
Clicking on the link to Brian (see below) there's a photograph of Tiger with an unfamiliar "lost" look in his eye. No more the, "TIGER, tiger, burning bright. In the forests of the night,. What immortal hand or eye. Could frame thy fearful symmetry?" Tiger's once upon a time "fearful symmetry" appears to be a thing of the past.
Something is bothering him
Brian writes, ""I just think that his (Tiger) mind is just a little clouded and I don't think it has anything to do with his golf swing, I don't think it has anything to do with the fact he's not committed to the game," O'Hair continued. "I just think there's something there that's just bothering him and I think once he addresses that he'll be right back where he was."
Here's the link to Brian Wacker
Quote of the Day
"I've never lost my talent. I just think my mind got clouded with things that I didn't need to be thinking about. I almost forgot how to play the game and I forgot who I was as a player." - Sean O'Hair