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Comment from: Joe Cool [Visitor] Email
The pros are good, however, I find it interesting that each year at the Sony Open some golfer shoots a career low score in the first round. There have been more 61...62...63 scores shot over the past few years. If the Wie's insist on continuing the same strategy with their daughter, I give her two more years at the most. I think she could shoot a 92 and claim during her interview that she felt she played very well. You have to give her credit for being so positive...I think she got that idea from the Tiger. She is either very naive or stupid to think that the exemptions to the 2007 tournaments will always be there. I doubt when she turns 18 that she will want to join the LPGA. Her mindset is to play all over the world and receive those nice appearance fees. Michelle, wake up from your dream and face reality.
01/12/07 @ 12:37
Comment from: John D [Visitor]
Anyone taking bets on 80 + for round 2 by Wie-Wee?
01/12/07 @ 21:19

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