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Comment from: Ghet Rheel [Visitor] Email
Norman and Evert… legends in their fields of endeavor, and class acts. Bless ‘em both.

Wolfrum… not so much.
01/03/07 @ 07:12
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor] Email
The piece is cute, but I have to wonder if Wolfie would ever consider writing about how two black people came together in a burst of blackness. I don't mind either type of piece, personally, but I do have to bring the double standard to light.
01/03/07 @ 13:40
Comment from: patricia [Visitor] Email
Did you know: that Greg Norman has played the villain in at least four James Bond movies? He's really scary.
01/03/07 @ 14:06
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor] Email
Actually, Patricia, that is funny. He does possess the perfect look for a James Bond villain.
01/03/07 @ 17:03
Comment from: Booger [Visitor] Email
Everyone knows that whites are scum. Just watch any movie, TV commercial,
the rant of any feminist, the rant of any communist, 90% of the people who
troll through this website, need I go on.....

Wolfrum is just trying to score points, and get scraps off the table like the
begging dog that he is.
01/03/07 @ 17:05
Comment from: troytron [Visitor]
Norman is the second coming of Skeletor, without doubt. Evert has always a little hu bit of a hussy, despite her apple pie image. I guess throwing away 18 years of marriage is easy, but when you throw it away for your hubby's best friend it gives new meaning to the "Ice Maiden" nickname they used to give her when she was playing. The moral of the story is that the richest, whitest, most shiny sports stars can do what they darn well please.
01/03/07 @ 18:22
Comment from: Mark Nessmith [Visitor] Email
Patricia: "Did you know: that Greg Norman has played the villain in at least four James Bond movies?"

Man, that line is HILARIOUS, Patricia! Where'd you come up with that!? ;-)
01/04/07 @ 05:54
Comment from: patricia [Visitor] Email
Yeah it's so funny right? Not mine unfortunately. This really hot, really clever guy left a similar comment on my blog when I posted abt Normert a few weeks ago. Damn, I wish I could find him and thank him in person. Oh well. ;o)
01/04/07 @ 12:25
Comment from: Cmikk [Visitor] Email
I wonder if Chris Evert's young sons really under stand what their mother is doing. Apparently Norman is more important than her children or she would certainly be a bit more discreet. I certainly have lost all respect for her. when you have impressionable minor children, you don't go around flaunting a love affair with a married man.
01/04/07 @ 18:14
Comment from: Ghet Rheel [Visitor] Email
Could someone post a photo of Ben Stiller's Zoolander next to Wolfrum's Blue-Steel impression?. Isn't that some sort of copyright infringement?
01/05/07 @ 16:19
Comment from: Ghet Rheel [Visitor] Email
Copyright infringement or not, I have to admit Wolfrum does a reasonably good "Zoolander Blue-Steel". But I wish he'd change it up once in a while. Can do "Ferrari"? Le Tigre?
01/05/07 @ 21:11
Comment from: BESS [Visitor]
01/08/07 @ 17:40
Comment from: ex evert fan [Visitor]
first I'm evert, then lloyd, then evert, then mill, then evert, giggle, giggle,
no I'll always be mill, a quote from wimbledon farewell! so we now know
always is 18 years!
01/09/07 @ 02:53
Comment from: Nancy J [Visitor] Email
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor] Email
The piece is cute, but I have to wonder if Wolfie would ever consider writing about how two black people came together in a burst of blackness. I don't mind either type of piece, personally, but I do have to bring the double standard to light.

There's no double standard here. Wolfie is writing about what he knows -- white people. If you want to talk about a "burst of blackness," check out a black person's blog. Also, if a black person wrote about a "burst of whiteness," then we'd be called on the carpet for being racist too. So, lets each write about its own.

I'd say that if Serena Williams got together with Jamie Foxx, that would be a nice burst of blackness!

p.s. I too am putoff by Chris dumping her husband for his best friend. My thing is, if they had to do it, they could be a whole lot more discreet about it.
01/09/07 @ 11:00
Comment from: visitor [Visitor]
they deserve each other they are both narcissitic they have hurt alot of people lets ;l
03/27/07 @ 20:45
Comment from: visitor [Visitor]
they deserve each other they are both narcissitic they have hurt alot of people lets ;l
03/27/07 @ 20:46
Comment from: lina [Visitor]
lost respect for chris, they deserve each other.
08/14/07 @ 19:24
Comment from: Little Dixie [Visitor] Email
lina, I agree, No excuse for this adulterous affair, especially when three young children are involved. The guys were best friends FCS!
09/06/07 @ 21:53
Comment from: Tarheel [Visitor]
What goes around, comes around.
Two selfish folks that form a trashy affair and do not care who gets hurt even if it is their own children.
09/07/07 @ 16:44
Comment from: Canadian [Visitor] Email
Chrissy will just be another notch on Greg's 'driver' when he finally reaches his mid-life crisis (andropause), and is in need of a teenager to help him regain his manhood. Da Shark will soon have a limp fin, and then it's bye bye Chrissy ...LOL
09/07/07 @ 21:34
Comment from: caz [Visitor] Email
Not a good karma in this relationship.Too many people have been hurt. If you can't keep your first relationship/love on track ..what makes you think the next one will work! or the next one..or the nest one..or the next one.
You don't have to think relationships out very carefully when you have money.
I wonder if they checked the statistics on second/ third progressive marraiges working. They are not good.

The chemicals of lust must be clouding their brains.
OH well, Hope things work out for the kids.
12/14/07 @ 20:53
Comment from: g-man [Visitor] Email
As an avid golfer for over 40 yrs, I admired Greg
Norman. Now I don't know who to admire anymore.
Professional baseball is forever tarnished,
basketball players attacking fans, football players
involved with dog fighting, drugs and shootings,pro ice skaters attacking their opponents, what next...
violence in hockey and boxing?.....rediculous!!!!
12/16/07 @ 11:59
Comment from: md [Visitor] Email
When everything seems wrong in the world....
There ia always Jack and Barbara Nicklaus...

12/16/07 @ 21:10
Comment from: Pascoe Wilson Braun [Visitor] Email
I wander if Chris caught up with her old rival
Evonne Goolagong Cawley up in Queensland. Evonne certainly seems to have the 'wood' on her old rival in the marriage stakes.....I would love to see a photo of Evonne and Chrissie together again at some big function.....THey were certainly Tennis two pi-up girl superstars in their day
03/17/08 @ 03:38
Comment from: dee d [Visitor] Email
06/30/08 @ 07:12
Comment from: Christine Ann Clark [Visitor]
Andy and his wonderful family supported him, one of the past and current skier greats. He is a friend, always anexcellent athlete, loves his boys
and yes he skiis like an eagle.. He has represented for over 45-50, as a skier and motorcycles, fisherman, spokesman. He has always helped out his town. Andy brought Chris into our hometown and welcomed her as a gentleman. They had a good family for a long time. Watch him as dad, proud and teaching them the love of many sports. heis self-made,
they did not come from money and sacrificed a huge amount to see his dreams come true.

No Andy bashing, he helped spotlight the country, many sports. He is also a stellar golfer and a community treasure, 2 Olympics, one with a serious injury.. Unless you know people don't peep a sound.
Talk about Karma................... I wish people would take a moment and understand this is the death of a good family. the rest is yet a story untold.
07/03/08 @ 21:05
Comment from: mike [Visitor] Email
How can anyone say they are class acts? Obviously those people, like Evert and Norman, are amoral losers. What comes around goes around. Money, fame, and lust won't bring happiness and these losers clearly demonstrate that. People who believe otherwise always have empty cups and unquenchable thirsts.
07/18/08 @ 18:48
Comment from: AbleGoodman [Visitor]
I guess you can call adultery, broken promises, hurting children, and ruining a family a "new adventure" if your world view shares their self-absorbed narcissism, selfishness and anti-Golden-Rule amorality.
Rather than "new adventure", I respectfully suggest a more accurate and appropriate definition might be "tragic human weakness".
While their basic humanity deserves respect, their destructive behavior definitely does NOT.
I tend to agree with the poster who said wait until Norman hits his mid-life crisis. Out of the billions of women in the world, surely Norman could have picked an unmarried one, instead of his best friend's wife (see The Tennessee Waltz).
They (especially Norman) certainly chalked up some negative karma points! I'm sad for them both. :-(
07/19/08 @ 03:52
Comment from: golfguy [Visitor] Email
A '97 U.S. Open Greg Norman Memory..I witnessed Norman take a hat and felt tip from a kid who was seeking his autograph. Norman signed the bill of the kid's cap, flung it over the crowd. He angrily stomped off to the next tee. He even kept the kid's pen. The little kid, about ten years just stood there stunned, while the crowd scrambled for the souvenir. John Daly and Jack Nicklaus, who were with Norman for the pratice round threesome, witnessed the event. Daly signed two sleeves of balls and Nicklaus took off his own hat and autographed the bill. They then gave the items to the kid. Norman's ungentlemanly display comes to mind everytime I see him. What a jerk.
07/20/08 @ 03:09
Comment from: joe rider [Visitor] Email
Greg Norman shrewdly parlayed an only above- average professional golf career into what some experts erroneously consider legend status. WRONG!! There are numerous pro golfers who have won two major championships who don't possess the reputation of losing or outright choking in the final rounds of many others. They are not legends. If the Shark was worth his salt in sea water he would have spent more time practicing and thereby respecting his God-given ability and the game and less time admiring himself in the mirror, making himself fabulously wealthy after SOME golf success, and less time eyeing up the neighbor. I can't understand what all the hubub was about him. He is a better, more successful business man than he ever was a golfer.
Now Chrissy should remember this: In golf low score wins. Younger woman?? Watch out!
And Shark think about this: There's plenty of fish in the sea. Watch out for the water hazzard.
07/21/08 @ 12:57
Comment from: tito [Visitor] Email
Chris certainly has no shame displaying her ring on Oprah and flaunting herself at the Open Championship. What I can't understand is why Oprah and Judy Rankin even bothered with her. She and Norman don't deserve any respect.
09/16/08 @ 19:28

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