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Comment from: bk [Visitor]
I'd tend to agree with Baldwin. But remember: the U.S. Open is widely considered the most challenging of the four majors; if Goosen wins three of four of them before he's through, he's GOT to be recognized as a great one (even by U.S. media types infatuated with the over-rated likes of Phil Mickelson and Davis Love III).

By the way, what the hell ever happened to Mike Weir? You can bitch all you want about being overlooked by the press, Mikey boy, but the proof is in the puttin' - and your 'puttin''sucks these days.
2005-06-17 @ 17:13

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