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Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Imagine Clarke when he set foot on the Wake Forest campus, the same school that prohibited dancing as recently as the 1960s. The only thing worse would have been a 19-year old Clarke at Brigham Young University.

RonMon, Wake, '87
2005-12-13 @ 09:05
Comment from: Ziggy [Visitor]
"Lack of Alcohol" ;-) You simply HAVE to root for a guy who gives you a line like that after coming up short in a tournament.

I'm with you, lets hope that Clarke snags one of the majors in 2006, I'll certainly be pulling for him.
2005-12-13 @ 20:16
Comment from: Dennis [Visitor]
Please accept our condolences for your loose. I empathize as I just lost my youngest brother. There is on way to understand why these things happen.

You are a credit to the sport and a firey, humorous role model.

My son's who are also avid golfers and follow some of the best players always ask how you are doing in tournaments.

Good luck and hang in there!
2006-08-14 @ 22:00
Comment from: Rehab saved my life [Visitor]
Darren Clarke has been offered one of European Ryder Cup captain Ian Woosnam's two wildcard places. link
2006-08-21 @ 14:08
Comment from: Dot Wong [Member] Email
I used that link about Darren Clarke here. I hope he's holding up well in this tough time.

Thanks :)

2006-08-22 @ 15:30

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