2012 PGA Tour: Tiger vs. the Kids

Charlie Neuman/San Diego Union-Tribune

Brandel Chamblee, the outspoken Golf Channel commentator and former player, has a dream scenario for the 2012 PGA Tour season that begins on Friday in Maui, and it goes something like this:

Tiger Woods finally returns to form, contending whenever he plays, but now has to do battle with the young monsters he has created. What could be better drama than, say, Woods having a birdie-for-birdie duel with Rory McIlroy on Sunday’s back nine in the Masters?

That would be quite the drama to begin the majors season.

“If it comes together, if everything that could happen goes on to happening,” Chamblee said from his Arizona home on New Year’s Day, “it would be like the confluence of the Nile and...

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