Underappreciated maybe. But that’s our problem not his. Sure I like an outward show of emotion like anyone but I love old the adage “Act like you’ve been there before.” It’s the difference between a guy who hits a home run and immediately starts jumping around beating his chest pointing into the crowd and slow-trotting around the bases and a guy who hits a home run and runs around the bases quickly head down not showing anyone else up.
The relentless consistency can be compared only to what Big Jack did. Woods caught Phil at the height of his powers but he did not have a Lee Trevino a Billy Casper a Tom Watson and a Gary Player constantly nipping at his heels. They were to borrow from Alan studs in any era.
Leish Fleetwood and Woods each missed the fairway. Leishman is first takes a rips and comes up short of the green. Fleetwood is also shot. Tiger’s last — he takes a lash and it settles on the front fringe.