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Comment from: steve [Visitor]
Ouch!! That’s allot of money!
Honestly i cant fathom how he plays well in the first place. A huge part about being a good golfer is the ability to block out all negative emotions and distractions on the golf course. I mean if this guy was able to do it as well as lets say..tiger, he would most certainly have had a bunch of majors to his name. Strange...
2006-02-09 @ 14:04
Comment from: David [Visitor]
Hopefully Monty will play well this week. He is a better player than most Americans will admit - in Britain, no one is in doubt of his immense ability.

Americans, give the man the respect he deserves.

Oh, and I doubt $14 million is even half of his estate. He is still filthy rich, and although nobody likes having a bite taken out of their ass, I think he's pissed mostly on his ex-wife who cheated on him with Hugh Grant, a man who is already loaded with money, then had the cheek to ask for lots of money before disappearing.
2006-02-09 @ 15:48
Comment from: Holt [Visitor]
Poor Mrs. Doubtfire. Out $14m and the shame of having a wife who would rather be with the notoriously philandering Hugh Grant. Oh well at least Monty has his major titles to fall back on....ooops.
2006-02-09 @ 22:24
Comment from: David [Visitor]
Hehehe.
2006-02-10 @ 14:59
Comment from: Chas [Visitor]
Looking at the photo of Colin at his London home in the new Golf Magazine. It looks like the same building as the one used in the Woody Allen movie Match Point. Is it? Anyone know?
2006-04-17 @ 19:58

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