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Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
June Wang played the Asian Tour a few years back. She is no more a 27.5 than I am. I'm making this up of course, but felt that anyone who can connect Tourette's syndrome and Golf deserved a comment. You go in knowing that your victory chances are slimmer than a Nicole Ritchie-Calista Flockhart wing-eating contest, and just enjoy the golf.
09/03/07 @ 12:08
Comment from: 2under [Visitor] Email
That's why you don't play in the club handicapped match play tournament.

A few years ago, I played in a match against a 12 handicap. I was 3 under and was closed out, 3 and 2.

Only takes once to learn your lesson.
09/04/07 @ 18:44
Comment from: jhon watson [Visitor] Email
your well good i wish i was as good as u at this womans sport lol joka
09/10/07 @ 08:43

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