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Comment from: Oliver Sudden [Visitor] Email
Note that Singh's play went straight downhill after he and caddy Dave Rennick
parted. I firmly believe Singh is not a smart golfer and the tough Rennick kept him in line. As far as Els, after a few competitive encounters with Tiger Woods he realized he wasn't as good as he previously thought. This probably led to his hitting the wall and other "accidents". Changing caddies ain't going to matter. BTW, DiMarco changed caddies too.
2006-09-29 @ 20:59
Comment from: Kathy [Visitor] Email
Nobody bad mouths these pro golfers for changing caddies but poor Michelle got a bunch of negative press. I guess it's a tribute to Michelle's dominance in the golf world.

Whatever she does makes news

2006-09-30 @ 18:22
Comment from: benvenuto [Visitor] Email
"...Michelle's dominance in the golf world"

Kathy, thank you for the much needed chuckle to start my day.
2006-10-02 @ 11:38
Comment from: Ian Gordon [Visitor] Email
I hadn't realized that Ernie was using the knee injury as an excuse for anything. For that matter, it is not clear to me that he has ever blamed his caddy for his preformance (of late or at any other time). This is a lame commentary.
2006-10-07 @ 22:17
Comment from: noeline pitman [Visitor] Email
I wouldlike to make contact with Ernie els's manager its actually a request "REACH FOR A DREAM2 I am a south african lady and actually ernie went to school with my 2 daughters. I have a house friend who has cancer and his only wish is to shake hands with Ernie DO You think its possible. We live in Nottinghamshire in a Village Hucknall.
I would appreciate tohear from you.
Noeline pitman
2007-10-20 @ 10:52

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