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Comment from: Brandon Tucker [Member] Email
Once again no mention of hockey - what a hater. It's like you don't even live in North America.
07/26/07 @ 12:52
Comment from: Jared [Visitor]
Golf is definitely the classiest of the sports. I would have to say that I would rather have my name attached to any of the golfers than most of the athletes in the other professional sports arenas. Not to say that there aren't some classy athletes in other sports, but there does seem to be quite a bit less illegal activity and drama in golf.

07/26/07 @ 15:39
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
euros like hockey, too, mtuck. euros, like wolf. hockey is no longer perfect, thanks to the Stahl brothers drinking binge. however, don't think that golf wouldn't be ripped open if a few tabloid types trailed all the players. you might find some ganja, much booze, and other transgressions. it just seems that no one cares enough to trail golfers.
07/26/07 @ 17:20
Comment from: Jim [Visitor] Email
One thing about cycling is the Athlete has to be in physical shape to ride a bike for 5 hrs. I love golf too but as a participant in both sports my first hand knowlegde is that I golf to relax. It is a shame that cycling is plaged with drug enhancement, but the world cycling federation will soon have that under control. We may also find out that one or some of our professional golfers is on steriods. Would it be becomming to ask for a pee test for all athletes? I think maybe it should be standard before competion.
08/02/07 @ 06:26

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