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Comment from: Lance R [Visitor] Email

Realize that Wie failures are fun to talk about for most of us, especially when she follows a poor performance with a hair-brained interview: "well uhhh, when I shot an 83 today, I really learned a lot..ahhh...or something....an 83 is not that much different than a 67....ahhhh, I think.

So, many folks enjoy tuning in and hearing what her latest failure was, both on the PGA and LPGA.

Lance R

2009-06-05 @ 18:49
Comment from: John D [Visitor]
Lance's comments about Wie are Spot On.

As for:
- Threat of suspension to [Korean] players who don’t speak English. - Should be the rule foe all tounaments played in U.S.; male & female.

- Michelle Wie DQs, loss of Sony sponsor, men’s tour failures. - It's about time sponsors quit supporting a loser.

- Game’s best player, Annika Sorenstam, retires (early). - Truely sad news.

- Anna Rawson’s poor and offensive choice of language regarding the new faces on tour. - She's right!

- The loss of tournaments and sponsors (like mainstay Corning). - Why should American companies sponser tournys, just to export the winnings to a foreign winner? You'll probably see more of this, as more companies see thier profits exported to foreign companies.
2009-06-06 @ 06:20
Comment from: coolio [Visitor] Email
Holy cr*p!

The Teenage Golf Sensation says it again:

"I felt like I played great. I really don’t think the score reflected my game," she said, shortly after a bogey on No. 18 capped her final-round 70.
(from golf channel: http://www.thegolfchannel.com/tour-insider/ace-eagle-highlight-michelle-wies-week-29858/)

2009-06-15 @ 13:18
Comment from: coolio [Visitor] Email

Our 'beloved' Teenage Golf Sensation missed the qualifier for the women's open!

Wonder what stunt bj will pull now.....

2009-06-16 @ 18:31

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