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Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
59 on Sunday is much more than 1 stroke better than 60 on Wednesday. My kind of back nine, though. Totally balanced. Three of each flavor. I hate 5 par fours or more on a nine. Come to think of it, that's also why Pacific Dunes left such an impression on my golfing soul.
2006-01-18 @ 22:38
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
And just to add a note, how does Steven Bowditch feel today? "OK Pat, let me get this straight. You're going to give me a shot a hole straight up for one million bucks? Cool, it's not like you're going to shoot 60 and I'm going to post 79 on the same course."
2006-01-18 @ 22:40
Comment from: Norman [Visitor]
Pat Perez shot 60 and he was 2 shots worse than Wie at the Sony Open.

That means that Wie could have shot 58.

That's a joke by the way, for the more ignorant readership.
2006-01-19 @ 14:36
Comment from: Jim COULTHARD [Visitor]

If Wie was 2 shots better at the SONY that would have been over two rounds --or just one shot per round. That would only have meant a 59 for Wie--but perhaps that would have been enough. She could have had a special belt buckle made with the number 59 on it that she could wear whenever she was paired with Annika.
2006-01-21 @ 00:56

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