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Comment from: Jim COULTHARD [Visitor]
I predict something like a 72 and a 73 and a top 20 finish.
06/17/06 @ 12:17
Comment from: Patrick [Visitor]
clearly you havent watched the past two days of golf. clearly you havent seen him golf his ball. clearly you havent witnessed the best score after 36 holes is -1. clearly your notes are conjecture at best.

yes, he's had his blowups in the past years but all working towards making his game what it once was. he says he's been playing well and it manifested in the first two roundss. his nemesis has been his driver. his irons are good and look at his putting stats. he's confidence and he can keep his driver on the grid (same problem mickelson had a couple years ago).

duval may shoot 80 today or tomorrow but so will everyone else cause winged foot is playing that tough
06/17/06 @ 13:52
Comment from: Chris [Visitor]
aha! thanks for exposing Duval for the fraudster he is - shooting the lowest round in the tournament (with that other bag of tricks, Oberholser) was just another ruse. Fortunately, we know better don't we? This guy is completely focused on getting our valuable support, just so he can purposely disappoint us.
It's important to spread the word, so that other David Duval fans can properly express their disapointment, because that's what's really important, right?
06/20/06 @ 23:47
Comment from: Nick [Visitor]
One of the most idiotic "blogs" I have read. If you actually would have spent 30 seconds on your thesis you would have seen that nearly every calculated stat in DD's game has steadily improved since last year. I followed basically every one of his shots last year on PGA.com and it got to the point where I felt there was almost no chance for him to even make a cut the way he was playing. As a DD fan, I found myself at times just hoping he wouldn't put up snowmans on par 3's let alone actually par or, gasp, birdie a hole. He's been saying for a few months now that he's been striking the ball better but people like you refuse to listen. The reason he had an attitude in the friday open presser is because of morons like you who don't look at anything but the number on the scorecard. Go away loser.
06/24/06 @ 13:55
Comment from: BenByron [Visitor] Email
What do you have to say mow? Duval absolutely earned everything he got in this tournament and with ANY luck of the kind the others experienced, he would have won this thing easily. A superb performance.
06/22/09 @ 14:13

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