It is impossible for all the legends that have chimed in on Tiger Woods lately to be wrong.
Jack Nicklaus said at the Champions Tour event in Korea a couple of weeks ago that he still expects Tiger to reach 19 majors.
International Presidents Cup captain Greg Norman recently suggested that Tiger won't win another major.
Nick Faldo said that he believes that Tiger has lost the edge necessary to compete at the highest level.
And Johnny Miller has been all over the place when it comes to Tiger. In February, Miller compared Tiger to convicted rapist Mike Tyson. Recently, Miller has said that he believes that Tiger will have a second career and win 3 or 4 more majors but won't win the fifth that would pass Jack.
Nicklaus, Norman, Faldo and Miller have greatness in common. Each of these players can speak to the pressures of being the best player in the world.
So how is it possible that four highly intuitive golfers who have watched the same things unfold over the past two years can come to such vastly different conclusions?
The simple answer is: because no one knows.