"I won't be able to turn the TV on, or the radio on, or look at my phone without knowing what he shot," Jim Furyk said. "The expectations are so high. ... Every pitch shot, every putt, every 3-footer, it's not under public scrutiny like he has. I guess you live by the sword, die by the sword. That's why he's Tiger Woods. It's a tough situation."
That what he says he will miss the most about never having a chance to compete in the Olympics.
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