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Comment from: Rod G. [Visitor] Email
That type of golf is unacceptable for someone who's supposed to be one of the best in the business. Perhaps one round of amatuer type golf could be understood; however, to follow it up with a second round is what's unacceptable.

I'm really a big fan of Phil's and have always kept hope that he could sincerely be a legitimate rival to Tiger, but that was ridiculous what he displayed in Houston, and an embarrassment to him and his fan base.

Unfortunately for fans of Phil, having to accept his brain cramps are just part of the package. For whatever reason he won't use logic to counter balance his attempts, that brawn outweighs brains with a golf club. There's times when i wish he'd throw his driver in a trash bin, as to most of his undoing's generally always start when he drives a shot into the unknown.
04/05/09 @ 13:29
Comment from: salmon [Visitor] Email
Phil did have to play most of his first round in horrible conditions unlike much of the field; second round not so much. Weird year for him so far - up and down, but this performance has to be a real concern going into the Masters...
04/06/09 @ 12:43

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