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Comment from: Anthony Urquhart [Visitor]
Then we'll agree to totally disagree. In my book rankings are about achievement, not luck. I don't disagree that Ogilvy won the US Open in somewhat bizarre circumstances, but he was there to win it when the opportunity arose. Winning a tournament is by far the hardest part of the deal and if you can't do that then I don't think you are worthy of a no 5 ranking.
2006-09-01 @ 04:27
Comment from: Golf Addict [Visitor] Email
I think Adam has yet to prove anything, he hasn't done anything great, yet. I don't think he can put together a good enough four rounds to take a major for himself.
2007-09-30 @ 13:51
Comment from: wayne [Visitor] Email
Ok, well maybe he hasn't yet to prove anything, but his accomplishments are still better than most of us when it comes to golf :P
2008-01-10 @ 21:10

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