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Comment from: pete [Visitor]
The worst is when they get up to butler cabin and hootie says the same thing..e v e r y single year...pathetic.
2006-04-12 @ 05:10
Comment from: Alex [Visitor]
Many, is not most, major championships are played and won in that same manner, with a leader playing cautiously and attempting to hold his pursuers safe. Tiger has won most of his majors in exactly that manner. On rare occasions, like Arnie's come-from-behind victory at Cherry Hill or Johnny Miller's final round 63 at Oakmont, the spectators are treated to miraculous finishes, but those are exceptions to the rule.
2006-04-12 @ 14:11
Comment from: Roger Deem [Visitor]
I agree with the authot about the damage done to The masters but I would not lay the all blame for the pious viewpoints telecast soley with Nantz. Ever since I can remember, the CBS team, especially Jim McKay in previous years, has kissed up to the blowhards at Augusta who are basking in the glow of a tradition built without their involvement. This tradition has been systematically badgered by Hottie and his fellow Blowfish. Calling Jack Nicklaus: save us from this marauding band of idiots.
2006-04-12 @ 17:49
Comment from: Dave Marrandette [Visitor]
Let's face it Nantz wants to keep his job. But, you are right. We'll never again see a charge on Sunday PM to win the Masters. Their old slogan "The Masters doesn't begin until the back nine on Sunday" will have to be seriously revamped.
2006-04-14 @ 09:07
Comment from: Simon [Visitor]
This years tournament was pretty slow but it really only needed a few more putts to drop and it could have been spectacular. Phil missed countless 10-15 footers over the day and Tiger had several very good chances coming down the stretch. If the putts did not drop it is more to do with luck than the course changes. Also the course was pretty long two years ago when Mickelson strung together a sensational run of birdies to finish off, people seem to have short memories!
2006-04-14 @ 18:17
Comment from: michael cleary [Visitor] Email
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Can someone shut up that ass kissing jim nantz. Get that guy out off telecast and he can permanently live up in hootie johnson. Get a golf pro in there, where is johnny miller. We have all worked with people like him. Its sickening for the world viewers to see. He should have been a tv preacher. More golf less personal dribble!
2010-04-11 @ 16:22

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