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Comment from: Billy Dawg [Visitor] Email
IMHO this is one of the most enjoyable reads on the day to day happenings of any event on the PGA Tour. If Mickelson plays well on this "ball-strikers" course, he can play well anywhere.
2008-02-16 @ 08:55
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
I disagree, Dawg. I don't believe that it Riviera evaluates great talent. If you go to this URL (http://www.pgatour.com/tournaments/r007/winners.html) and look at the list, the only multiple-major winner over the last quarter century is Nick Faldo in 1997. Jack Nicklaus never won at Riviera. Why can't Mickelson run away from anyone? He lost to J.B. in a playoff, and had ample opportunity to separate himself from Quinney today (round 3), yet failed.
2008-02-16 @ 18:55
Comment from: PGA Punter [Member] Email
Much appreciated Dawg, and don't let that Ron Mon put you off (though he's right of course!)
2008-02-17 @ 10:05

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