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Comment from: Oliver Sudden [Visitor] Email
Brandon, I don't find your reasons all that compelling but I have a hunch you are right. Here are 5 reasons - Mickelson, Ogilvy, Goosen, Couples, and the rest of the guys. Here is a question : Which is harder to win, The Arnold Palmer Invitational or The Masters ? No doubt it's the former. The Masters has 94 invitees and I count 17 that have 0 chance. These are mostly old former winners and amateurs. That leaves 77. Major championships are great but overrated. Look at past winners that are just average tour players that happened to get hot in a major. The truth ? The PGA Tour consists of 200 players who are more or less equal in ability except for Tiger. What happened to Duval, Toms, Els, Beem, Weir, Curtis, Micheel, Hamilton, Campbell, and Zach Johnson ? BTW Michael Campbell can't break 80 now and is my pick for last in The Masters.
04/07/08 @ 21:18
Comment from: Marvin Beatty [Visitor] Email
Your title sure sounds like a prediction.

Here's mine: Tiger will be partaking in a ticker-tape parade after the PGA Championship and he'll pass Jack's total of 18 majors in 2009.
04/08/08 @ 11:46

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