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Comment from: Angela Wybourne [Visitor]
Well.....you eating your words now???
Here in New Zealand we knew who the real champion would be. I watched the golf for three days.I barely glimpsed Michael in the TV footage for the first two days...in fact every other golfer EXCEPT him seemed to be prominent. Despite the fact that he consistently hung around the top five from day two. Finally they began to actually show him today. The rest is history. Good one Michael!!
2005-06-19 @ 23:47
Comment from: Insta Marv [Visitor]
Great call...

As much as I loved the commentary about Tiger - MAN did you get it wrong re: Retief. My apres third-round comments? "Tiger's two-over par day didn't hurt him...much. He is in a tie for 7th and six shots back. If he can play a round under par, the lead might come back." Did it ever.

Too bad about the calender slam but I feel really good about him sewing up a second career slam at St. Andrews.
2005-06-21 @ 03:20

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