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Comment from: Raymond Marlowe [Visitor]
kinda tough ther fella. you are taking some unneccesary shots at a very popular guy. maybe the folks at the myrtle beach net site need to think more about your unwarranted comments. the man made a commitment and stood by it.you folks exercise your right to bash someone, he exercised his right to play in the tournament. check your ethics and move on.you're a turkey at best.
2005-04-06 @ 11:42
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2005-04-11 @ 19:49
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2005-04-11 @ 19:50
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2005-04-11 @ 19:51
[...] So Phil didn’t win the Masters. Personally, I wasn’t bold enough to [...]
2005-04-11 @ 19:51
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2005-04-11 @ 19:54

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