By Reilly Moore
April 10, 2009
The Masters Golf Tournament, maybe the most prestigious tournament in all of golf, begins today, and this year's storyline is as captivating as it could be.
Tiger Woods is not only seeking his fifth green jacket, he is also trying to end a discussion.
With a win at this year's Masters, Tiger would establish himself as the most dominant athlete in any sport.
Some have already given Tiger this crown and others will hold judgment until he passes Jack Nicklaus' record 18-major championships, but this week at Augusta will be the clincher for me.
First, let's look at what Tiger is up against.
Not only will Tiger face off against all of the top 15 players in the World Golf Rankings, he will be teeing it up against the likes of Anthony Kim and Rory McIlroy, some of the best young talent the game has seen in quite some time.
The field at the Masters is one of the toughest Woods may ever face.