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Comment from: Jim C [Visitor] Email
The last straw my have been Wie Gulbis. With these two players still needing exemptions, the rules were changed from top 35 to top 10 for the current year. In return, 10 positions were added from the previous year which included no big draw players. Since the Open is the only event with devent TV coverage this is a major problem. Had Wie done well and generated excitement that could have helped save some tournaments.
2009-07-13 @ 19:58
Comment from: Jim C [Visitor] Email
My choice for new commish. Juli Inkster. Someone else can handle day to day affairs, and anything with a conflict of interest. But otherwise let Juli be the boss.
2009-07-13 @ 21:44
Comment from: Joe Cool [Visitor] Email
Unfortunately the "letter" was written three years too late! It wasn't very smart to let Carol "no people skills" Biven to destroy the LPGA before taking action.

Your right Jim C about the decision that Mike Davis of the USGA made concerning Wie and Gulbis. It seemed like it was "payback time" against Wie from Davis's comments. Pretty dumb since the LPGA hardly has its head above the quicksand.
2009-07-18 @ 15:43
Comment from: Joe Cool [Visitor] Email
“I just made mistakes,” Woods said. “And obviously you can't make mistakes and expect to not only make the cut but also try and win a championship. You have to play clean rounds of golf, and I didn't. I made my share of mistakes out there today and didn't play a very clean round.”

Bubbles, are you listening to what Tiger is saying? He didn't say "I thought I played very well, except for the bad breaks and a couple of putts that didn't fall."
2009-07-18 @ 15:47
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2010-09-21 @ 03:19
Comment from: Aquarium Fish [Visitor]
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2010-09-21 @ 04:07

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