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Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
In a free market, on a tour based on independent contractors (the players), restrictions imposed would create all sorts of collective-bargaining issues that the tour would not wish to consider. The tour will flaunt this week's winner, welcome Tiger back with fanfare, and the Cup Race will simply begin a week later. My guess is that The Barclays' move to a different course next year will herald Tiger's return to the event. It's Westchester CC that he doesn't wish to play, not the event itself.
08/22/07 @ 08:55
Comment from: Golf Goddess [Visitor] Email
At the very least, let's all agree the skin-tight "mock tech" brings the sexy back.
08/23/07 @ 22:54

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