A recent espn.com poll question inspired me to make this thread. The question was something like "Who is the more dominant player in his sport?" and the options were Tiger Woods or Tom Brady. I thought it was completely ridiculous that they'd even try to compare Brady to Woods. So who is the most dominant athlete in sports today? I think there are two guys you could make a strong case for. Tiger Woods and Roger Federer. Federer has won 53 titles, including 12 grand slams. He's won five straight Wimbledons and four straight US Opens. He's been ranked #1 in the world for a record 208 consecutive weeks. He's second on the all-time list for most grand slam titles, only two behind Pete Sampras who won 14 in 13 years. Federer has won 12 in the last 5 years. Like Sampras, Federer has never won the French Open. Tiger has won 62 PGA Tour events (5th all-time) and 13 majors (2nd all-time). He's won 4 Masters, 2 US Opens, 3 British Opens, and 4 PGA Championships. He's 13-0 when going into the final round of a major with at least a share of the lead. He's one of only five players to win all four majors, one of only two players to win all four majors more than once, and the only player to win four majors in a row. Federer is amazing, but my vote has to go to Tiger. Golf has historically been a much more difficult sport to dominate, especially for as long as Tiger has done it. The scary thing is he's only 32 years old, which is the prime age for a golfer. He still has at least another 10 good years in him. He's going to shatter every record.