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In response to: Tiger wins Target World Challenge; Sorenstam earns Dubai victory

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In response to: Mickelson wins Northern Trust Open; Tiger Woods returns this week at Accenture

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PermalinkPermalink 10/07/10 @ 12:26

In response to: O'Meara: Tiger ready for PGA Tour return; Wie short circuits at SBS Open

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PermalinkPermalink 10/07/10 @ 07:11

In response to: Furyk's back ailing before Bridgestone Invitational; Italian golfer suspended for failing drug test

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PermalinkPermalink 10/07/10 @ 04:33

In response to: Havret beats Mickelson in Scottish Open playoff; Pak wins fifth Jamie Farr Owens title

Poker [Visitor]
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PermalinkPermalink 09/03/10 @ 07:49

In response to: Matthew wins Ricoh Women's British Open; Woods tops at Buick Open

Capritsio [Visitor]
Carrie Webb is good too.I like her play.
PermalinkPermalink 12/29/09 @ 03:31

In response to: Y.E. Yang upsets Tiger Woods at PGA Championship

Golf lover [Visitor]
Woods is a perfect champion man.But human and may loose some times.
PermalinkPermalink 12/29/09 @ 03:28

In response to: 2009 World Series of Golf draws big Names, including Ray Romano and poker Star Daniel Negreanu

Rolex Air King [Visitor]
WGN is broadcasting the event coverage every Saturday at 1 p.m. EST through Oct. 4
PermalinkPermalink 12/17/09 @ 22:28

In response to: Alex Cejka leads Verizon; Sergio Garcia apologizes for Masters comments

create [Visitor]
agree with Wanda [Visitor]..
PermalinkPermalink 11/20/09 @ 09:17

In response to: Y.E. Yang upsets Tiger Woods at PGA Championship

Golf Ball Pro [Visitor]
Everybody has there times and this was Tigers hes still the greatest.
PermalinkPermalink 11/16/09 @ 09:24

In response to: Matthew wins Ricoh Women's British Open; Woods tops at Buick Open

richard [Visitor]
way to go. that's how it's done TW.
PermalinkPermalink 11/14/09 @ 15:27

In response to: Alex Cejka leads Verizon; Sergio Garcia apologizes for Masters comments

Xlinker [Visitor]
Sergio Garcia is a good player. Things happen - sometimes all the stars fail... it's absolutely naturally.
PermalinkPermalink 11/09/09 @ 14:28

In response to: Alex Cejka leads Verizon; Sergio Garcia apologizes for Masters comments

Lammon [Visitor]
We have to admit - he was great and he hasn't to apologize - it's always a big stress.
PermalinkPermalink 11/09/09 @ 14:19

In response to: Alex Cejka leads Verizon; Sergio Garcia apologizes for Masters comments

joohn [Visitor]
yeh agreed, very hard to do in public.
PermalinkPermalink 10/26/09 @ 04:20

In response to: Alex Cejka leads Verizon; Sergio Garcia apologizes for Masters comments

Wanda [Visitor]
I'm glad he admitted hes wrong but that doesn't get him off the hook.
PermalinkPermalink 10/14/09 @ 09:19

In response to: Tiger Woods says he won't swing a golf club before 2009

Ron Holders [Visitor]
The statement is back on the menu as he has recently done recently well in the America Vs International. His knee seems to be fine, I read in a magazine that he covers 40 mile a week during the season!
PermalinkPermalink 10/13/09 @ 15:26

In response to: Alex Cejka leads Verizon; Sergio Garcia apologizes for Masters comments

timmert [Visitor]
It's good that in the long run he admitted he has been wrong! Not each of us can do it, moreover - in public.
PermalinkPermalink 09/14/09 @ 03:15

In response to: Y.E. Yang upsets Tiger Woods at PGA Championship

singlegolfclubs [Visitor]
So, Eldrick is a very talented golfer, but even the best pros sometimes don't win. It's not a measure of anything except how well Yang played.
PermalinkPermalink 08/31/09 @ 11:01

In response to: Y.E. Yang upsets Tiger Woods at PGA Championship

Dallas Cowboys Picks [Visitor]
SHOCKING. Great to watch but it just shows tiger is human finally. Still the greatest closer of all time, tiger will be back with some fire at the fed ex cup.
PermalinkPermalink 08/17/09 @ 13:48

In response to: Future HOF pitcher Greg Maddux Plays in the 2009 World Series of Golf

Donald Ritter [Visitor]
I've been watching this thing, it's actually very cool. Going to play this format with the lug-nut buddies I golf with every weekend too.
PermalinkPermalink 07/24/09 @ 11:04

In response to: Brian Gay destroys field at Verizon Heritage; Price wins Outback Steakhouse Pro-Am

Congratulations to Brian Gay. He has been playing good this past tournaments.
PermalinkPermalink 04/30/09 @ 14:54

In response to: Brian Gay destroys field at Verizon Heritage; Price wins Outback Steakhouse Pro-Am

Frankie C [Visitor]
Nice to see Nick Price playing well again.

Frankie C

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PermalinkPermalink 04/27/09 @ 07:12

In response to: Angel Cabrera wins The Masters; Tiger Woods finishes four back

John D [Visitor]
What a BitterSweet ending. Bitter that Perry could not hang on to win. It was his to win or lose. The SWEET part - Tigger did not win! 'nuff said!
PermalinkPermalink 04/13/09 @ 08:47

In response to: Angel Cabrera wins The Masters; Tiger Woods finishes four back

Mildred [Visitor]
This is good news that Cabrera finally received its second award!
PermalinkPermalink 04/13/09 @ 08:19

In response to: Tiger Woods says he won't swing a golf club before 2009

France [Visitor]
Well maybe you can punch above your weight for small business marketing, but at least I own may carp lake in France! Anyway, enjoyed the golf weekend at Oakhampton, hope we can do it again soon? As for Tiger, cant wait to see him live this year - ha - Ive got an invite!
PermalinkPermalink 03/28/09 @ 19:14

In response to: Tiger Woods says he won't swing a golf club before 2009

Seems we got a bit of discussion going here with mant small business partners, shame really as I punch above their weight. Yeh the golf weekend was good guys! However tend to disagree with some comments, if a guy is injured then leave him until he has recovered!! P.s my carp fishing holidays in France are btter than yours, thats why I earn lots of money.
PermalinkPermalink 03/28/09 @ 19:10

In response to: Tiger Woods says he won't swing a golf club before 2009

forum [Visitor]
My mate text me to comment of the above as my hoby is carp fishing and Golf and chatting on his forum. I have the same opinion, get off your high horse Mr woods and play some more golf!
PermalinkPermalink 03/28/09 @ 19:03

In response to: Tiger Woods says he won't swing a golf club before 2009

Small business [Visitor]
Ive just returned from a business social on a small golf team building weekend. We discussed Tiger and SEO of our local course. one thing I would like to say, we had British soldiers with us injured on Ops and they managed to get round the course, even with prostetic limbs!
PermalinkPermalink 03/28/09 @ 18:58

In response to: Tiger Woods says he won't swing a golf club before 2009

piling man [Visitor]
Hey carp fishing, Ive worked all my life on pie dring rigs doesnt mean to say I can miss spell and take something away from the great man himself!
PermalinkPermalink 03/28/09 @ 18:45

In response to: Tiger Woods says he won't swing a golf club before 2009

carp fishing [Visitor]
I Tiger not a billionaire already? I own a small business carp lake in France and have worked all my life to make it work! If only I could play golf like Tige, even with a bad leg.
PermalinkPermalink 03/28/09 @ 18:42

In response to: Goosen wins Transitions Championship; Hurst outplays Ochoa for Mastercard Classic title

LJ [Visitor]
Nice to see Pat Hurst in the winner's circle again. The girl can play!
PermalinkPermalink 03/23/09 @ 13:51

In response to: Mickelson wins first World Golf Championship, while Tiger Woods struggles at Doral

phil [Visitor]
Way to go Phil
PermalinkPermalink 03/16/09 @ 20:30

In response to: O'Meara: Tiger ready for PGA Tour return; Wie short circuits at SBS Open

Joe Cool [Visitor]
Until Michelle drops the "part time golfer" and "part time student" she will never win a tournament anywhere. Unfortunately, her mental game has not improved after 49 tournaments on the LPGA. The "last nine holes monkey" must get off her back before we will ever see her holding the trophy. When she is making $10,000,000 a year, I do not think she is very motivated to play golf, contrary to what she states. I do not see her winning any tournaments in 2009.
PermalinkPermalink 03/10/09 @ 14:19

In response to: Allenby leads Honda Classic; Creamer ahead at HSBC Women's Champions

Nathan [Visitor]
In reference to the above comment..Are you kidding. BOO HOO.... I can't believe someone actually said that .Poor atheletes :( (Sniffle sniffle). Suck it up.Your chasing a ball around a beautiful golf course in great weather. What a pain.... Impossible..... Now I know who voted for Obama... LOL Good Article D0T.Wong :)
PermalinkPermalink 03/07/09 @ 20:09

In response to: Allenby leads Honda Classic; Creamer ahead at HSBC Women's Champions

Kerry [Visitor]
I think that when a person is sick, it is impossible to do anything, to say nothing about sports, I am very sorry for these athletes.
PermalinkPermalink 03/06/09 @ 08:06

In response to: Mickelson wins Northern Trust Open; Tiger Woods returns this week at Accenture

Joel [Visitor]
It's finally good to see Phil win. With Tiger back in action Mickelson will need to work extra hard to keep up!
PermalinkPermalink 02/26/09 @ 19:23

In response to: Mickelson wins Northern Trust Open; Tiger Woods returns this week at Accenture

Alex [Visitor]
TW is back,

There have been a lot of Woods brown nosers and groupies posting tons of Tiger nonsense on these boards.

But your suggestion that two outstanding professionals like Vijay and Phil, two pros with about 35 PGA victories each, would slump their shoulders in defeat at the mere presence of Woods takes the first prize for sheer idiocy.

Alex USMC 1969-73
PermalinkPermalink 02/26/09 @ 18:24

In response to: Mickelson wins Northern Trust Open; Tiger Woods returns this week at Accenture

Its so exciting having tiger re-emerge in this match play event. It will be interesting to see how he plays on 2 good knees.I know he’s been practicing for awhile on good knees but I’m sure he’s ready to get back to his winning ways. Even more interesting will be watching how the play of Vijay & Phil and everyone else is effected. Will they rise to the occasion or slump their shoulders in defeat. Go Tiger!
PermalinkPermalink 02/25/09 @ 12:19

In response to: Tiger Woods and wife Elin expecting first child

Mikke [Visitor]
Didn't know Tiger Woods' wife Elin was sooooooo
unattractive.
PermalinkPermalink 02/18/09 @ 18:10

In response to: Tiger and Elin Woods announce birth of second child

Joe Cool [Visitor]
Congratulations to the Wood family...I just hope that Tiger doesn't use Elin as a puppy mill. Though they are worth 100, quadrillion dollars, keep it down big fella and concentrate on your golf game, at least until you are 40.
PermalinkPermalink 02/10/09 @ 19:50

In response to: Tiger Woods: Practice at "full bore;" Harrington headlines Buick Invitational

Well that good news for other golf competitors. But for a Tiger Woods fan like me it is sad. I am dying to see that man on the PGA tour
PermalinkPermalink 02/07/09 @ 02:19

In response to: Corey Pavin to captain the U.S. Ryder Cup team at Celtic Manor in Wales

Sharon [Visitor]
Well, he is one of the best players today, I wish him and America good luck
PermalinkPermalink 02/06/09 @ 02:35

In response to: Randy Palmer wins Ginn sur Mer Classic, while Sorenstam takes Suzhou Taihu Ladies Open title

Fanny ka [Visitor]
OH Randy, what a tournament !! good luck for the future...
PermalinkPermalink 02/06/09 @ 02:31

In response to: Planning a Las Vegas golf trip? It pays to plan ahead

Greg g [Visitor]
This is one of the best courses in the world!
PermalinkPermalink 02/06/09 @ 02:28

In response to: Michelle Wie likely off LPGA Tour until May with injury

slotstop [Visitor]
There is enough time to finish her little "life at school" bit for TGC and she is outta there. The fact is she still can't compete on a professional tour, and she has given up school.
PermalinkPermalink 02/01/09 @ 07:16

In response to: Planning a Las Vegas golf trip? It pays to plan ahead

kim [Visitor]
You are right, Desert Pines have a great course, I recommend it!
PermalinkPermalink 01/05/09 @ 14:52

In response to: Ireland's Padraig Harrington wins PGA Tour Player of the Year honors over Tiger Woods

rita [Visitor]
Paddy is the kind of golfer I would want to emulate. He is so focused on the task at hand. Did your mother have anything to do with this Paddy? What a great lesson to carry with you through out your life. This moment, this challenge, this shot. Watch out Tiger!
PermalinkPermalink 12/17/08 @ 07:57

In response to: Corey Pavin to captain the U.S. Ryder Cup team at Celtic Manor in Wales

Speedcat Hollydale [Visitor]
I think Pavin is a bit to subdued and passive to be a good choice as captain. Don't get me wrong, he is a great player and a super guy, just not my choice for leadership.
PermalinkPermalink 12/11/08 @ 13:34

In response to: Corey Pavin to captain the U.S. Ryder Cup team at Celtic Manor in Wales

Lester Hinson [Visitor]
Can someone - anyone - tell me why the PGA of American needed to fly an army of their honchos, plus Cory Pavin, to New York City to make this announcement at Tavern on the Green? And they hired the Rockettes to dance there!? Good lord, is this what PGA members pay their dues money for, so Jim Remy and the brass can party it up in Manhattan during the biggest economic downturn in our life-time? Rounds are down everywhere, sales of golf stuffs are down, golf travel is down, course openings are at a virtual standstill ... yet the PGA bigwigs need to fly to the big apple to take a bite. Talk about fiddling while Rome burns.
PermalinkPermalink 12/11/08 @ 12:27

In response to: Planning a Las Vegas golf trip? It pays to plan ahead

Florida Injury Lawyer [Visitor]
I can't wait to out to LV again. So many beautiful courses.
PermalinkPermalink 12/04/08 @ 13:44