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Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
perspicacious=acutely insightful. Oklahoma folk are much more politerer than Ohio folk, so Rory needn't worry. Plus, in the swelter of Tulsa, they'll be saving their breath to yell "you da' man" at Tiger, Steve, and whomever else they target for glory. He is a tough one to bet against, that Tiger. I'm confident he can keep his stingers in the fairway.
2007-08-09 @ 08:07
Comment from: Oliver Sudden [Visitor] Email
I think Els putting is gone so he's had it. Tiger doesn't do well on par 70 courses so I would lay him. Maybe another screwball ? This year may be another 2003 with 4 1st time winners. The people that run the Grand Slam will yell sh1t if someone like Markus Brier takes home the hardware.
2007-08-09 @ 14:28
Comment from: Kiel Christianson [Visitor] Email
Insightful, but I wish you were a bit more punctual.
You always pontificate AFTER the deadline for choosing
my Yahoo Fantasy Golf team for the week.

Of course, I am hovering around 300th place out of
150,000+ players, so I'm surviving on my own.

Still, I would benefit from your wisdom...
2007-08-09 @ 15:43
Oliver, you may be right about Ernie but I'm not giving up on Tiger just yet.

Kiel - I'm so sorry, I will try to do it earlier, honest. Problem is the pesky 60-hour day (and night) job that gets in he way slightly! But you can find plenty of other good analysis each week in the tournament analysis section of my website (see above)
2007-08-09 @ 18:27
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
CUT - Rory Sabbatini +10 - - 74 76 - - 150

I think Southern Hills (the course) took exception to Mr. Sabbatini.

Fans will be pleased, no doubt.
2007-08-11 @ 09:33

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