Tiger Woods turned 30 years old on Dec. 30, 2005, a significant achievement not only in the life of the world's top-ranked golfer, but also for American golf as a whole. You see, the historic birthday left us without a consensus best U.S. player under 30 for the first time in almost a decade.
No one has clearly separated himself from the pack this season, as young Americans -- young referring to those players whose age begins with a "2" -- have accounted for five PGA Tour victories. So, who's the best of the bunch? Bob Harig and Jason Sobel debate that very question in this week's edition of Alternate Shot.