I'll tell them about the Masters. About the Tiger Slam. About the 2000 Pebble Beach National Pro-Am (making up seven strokes over the final seven holes? And winning by two? Are you kidding?) I'll tell them about the 2000 U.S. Open, of course, and the 2006 British Open and probably the 2006 PGA Championship, too. And definitely the 2008 U.S. Open.
Will I tell them about Sunday? I don't know. He's made the improbable almost routine. Starting the day five back, he kept doing what Tiger does. He fought his way to a share of the lead and stood over a 16-foot putt on the 18th green. He nailed it to beat Sean O'Hair by a single stroke. He shot a final-round 67. Just another Sunday.
Someday I'll tell my children about Tiger Woods. They'll need to know about the most dominant athlete I've ever seen. I'm not even sure who's second. But let's try to figure that out.
Poll question: Who's the most dominant athlete of the past 10 years? Click here to vote.
(And if your favorite isn't mentioned, feel free to call me an idiot and write-in your preference below.)
Photo: Stephen M. Dowell / Orlando Sentinel