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Comment from: Aussie Golfing [Visitor] Email
Sergio has played great golf over the last 12 months, but his mental collapses to Harrington in particular have cost him over one million dollars.

I'm sure he'd prefer to be drinking that Sangria from a claret jug
10/03/08 @ 06:11
Comment from: Shanks [Visitor] Email
Garcia had a good year, much in the way that Norman had a good career: it could have been soooo much better. The difference between the two is that Norman was victtimized more than giving them away. I agree that Garcia will win multiple majors in his career but now have to consider all of the mental scar tissue he's collecting. There may come a time where it's just too much to overcome. The thing with Mickelson winning majors had more to do with course management than it had to do with the putter, which is Garcia's achilles heel and a whole other animal.
10/03/08 @ 08:49
Comment from: Chris Baldwin [Visitor] Email
Hey BTuck, are you applying for a job as Sergio's publicist? That was some impressive spinning.

You do realize Sergio will be 29 next season ... That his birthday is in January, meaning he will have exactly four chances to make your prediction come true?

10/03/08 @ 15:53
Comment from: Brandon Tucker [Visitor] Email
Dang Chris I thought he was 19. Nevermind.
10/03/08 @ 17:39

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