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Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
It is a razor's edge that keeps that head on even keel. Perhaps it is Baddeley's faith, perhaps it is his biorhythmic cycle firing on all cylinders, who knows? I remember Tom Kite being the vision of grace while leading a US Open at Oak Hill, then losing all grace while losing the final round battle. I think that the media demands such salacious quotes from the likes of Mickelson and Sabbatini, then uses them in a variety of ways to suit it's (the media's) own needs.
06/17/07 @ 10:23

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