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Comment from: david [Visitor]
On #18, with arguably the most significant golf tournament in the world hanging in the balance, you're disappointed that they didn't "put their arms around each other and stroll up in lockstep...?" How insensitive of them! Perhaps a Barbara Streisand movie night cuddled up with your significant other will help you feel better. Pansy.
06/17/08 @ 15:24
Comment from: liberty [Visitor] Email
Well, there was a hug after it was all over. Very LPGA like but after the absolutely riveting 19 holes it was OK by me. The whole stinkin' Open was riveting for that matter. Probably one of the beat adult sporting events I've watched.
06/17/08 @ 19:14
Don't forget these two Tiger Tidbits:

- The official world golf rankings were released after Tiger Woods collected his 14th major championship title at the U.S. Open on Monday. Tiger has been atop the ranking for the 500th week.

- Tiger Woods is currently the World Number 1 golfer. He was the highest-paid professional athlete in 2007, having earned an estimated $122 million from winnings and endorsements. According to Golf Digest, Woods made $769,440,709 from 1996 to 2007, and predicts that by 2010, Woods will become the world's first athlete to pass one billion dollars in earnings.

;-) Randy
06/18/08 @ 00:42
Comment from: Golf Equipment News [Visitor] Email
Whoops, my URL was too long in my last comment. You can see the article easy enough from http://golfequipmentnews.com/.

Thanks ;-) Randy
06/18/08 @ 00:45
Comment from: BV [Visitor]
BTuck, where did your mind go? Were you channeling the liberal, hug-anything left when you wrote that 18th hole paragraph? ;)

That was something I'd have expected from Wolfie, Kiel, or Mon (or maybe that new Daly guy...sheesh, what a bleeding heart HE is).
06/26/08 @ 13:55

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