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Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Adios, caballero. Nos diste los mejores momentos de drama, de bravura, de machismo, del golf de los 70 y los 80. Felicitaciones. Te echaremos de menos

don Ron Mon
2007-07-16 @ 14:53
Comment from: Skeen [Visitor] Email
The day he let Mac O'Grady bury pictures of his swing in the desert, was the day he buried his game. Although his swing had subtle imperfections, it was a thing of beauty---and it worked. He had more majors in him. Good luck, Amigo. You have had more than most of us will ever have. Like the saying goes, "Better to have loved and lost, than to never have loved at all." Likewise, it is better to have been the best, than never been good at all.

2007-07-17 @ 23:55

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