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Comment from: Johnny N. [Visitor]
You are right. Hitting the ball long isn't necessary.

All it takes is 10 putts in 9 holes. Easy isn't it.
07/28/06 @ 15:17
Comment from: Jon [Visitor]
My goodness. Pavin is still alive and playing? If you can make a case for a man to play equitably in a women's league, it must be Corey Pavin. It is not like he can drive longer than female players, and he is not even taller or heavier than many female players, I think. He set a record iin golf? Made history? Amazing. He used to be an enigma, a little big man who somehow won big tournaments. A wizard of some kind, he must be.
07/28/06 @ 21:16
Comment from: ronmon [Visitor]
Gauge, Gouge, tomatoe, tomato...it's all the same.

What is the math on a 26? Is that 8 under a par of 34? 9 under a par of 35? A little help, please.
07/29/06 @ 16:38
Comment from: Spencer Hux [Member] Email
His 26 was 8 under a par of 34. Thanks for the heads up Ron
07/30/06 @ 08:00
Comment from: Booger [Visitor]
It was great for Pavin to win and put a dent in the distance hype. Contrary to popular belief, Woods wins his titles with his short game, not his driver.
08/03/06 @ 10:59

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