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Comment from: calmdown [Visitor]
I think you are a bit over-reacting here. The man had one bad day in one tournament: a tournament that no-one played particularly well in. Golfers, even professionals, are entitled to slipping up now and then, even in a major. At least save your "he will never be a contender again" anaylsis for a a few more U.S. Opens.
2005-06-23 @ 11:24
Comment from: zander [Visitor]
Once again you have proven that you don't know anything about golf. Seriously I have been checking your block entries for comic relief. Please carry on with your own opinion it really makes light of my day. When you write a crap article like the R.Goosen done as a major player and you know it. Do you actually read the comments? You really should my friend, It might be a good reality check.
2005-06-25 @ 11:00

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