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Comment from: tasha [Visitor]
Baldwin, you've got way too much time on our hands. Ho hum.
2006-07-23 @ 20:47
Comment from: tasha [Visitor]
(correction). . . .your hands. Either way, Ho hum.
2006-07-23 @ 20:50
Comment from: SDeHart [Visitor]
Baldwin, just call him " Little Buttercup "
2006-07-23 @ 21:24
Comment from: Jennifer Mario [Member] Email
You call it fashion conscious, I call it a cry for help.

Now let me go back to making the banana cream pie I've been craving all day for some reason.
2006-07-23 @ 21:36
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Yellow is one of Spain's national colors, donkey. Perhaps Yellow is to Serge what Red is to Eldrick. If Padraig picks Green, we'll have all the makings of a stoplight.
2006-07-23 @ 22:58
Comment from: David [Visitor]
Sergio will never win a major championship, but I hear that he is a real ladies man.
2006-07-24 @ 06:25
Comment from: Alex [Visitor]
Chris, I realize that you're just trying to stir the hive, but do you really think that Sergio should engage in some self-flaggelation for his performance at the Open? After all he did finish 11 under par, tied for fifth in a major championship, and received a check for about $300,000. I'd hardly call that a reason to go into prolonged seclusion. His weak attempt at explaining his so-so final round was somewhat tiring. But that seems to be getting more common all the time. Again, T5 in a major isn't so bad.
2006-07-24 @ 08:14
Comment from: David Doig [Visitor]
Mental midget? - that title is already taken by you. Sergio has a problem with putting as did Langer - he has courage and heart so I hope he perseveres and overcomes it. Some commentators seem to forget that he's already got 16 victories worldwide. He has more PGA titles than anyone at a comparable age except Woods add Mickelson of active players. Aside from Sergio which player under 30 has more than 3 victories on the PGA Tour? Ditto on the European Tour - Sergio has 6 on each. And he's still 26
2006-07-24 @ 08:36
Comment from: Alex [Visitor]
Sergio is also one of many who set the course record at Hoylake last weekend.
2006-07-24 @ 09:28
Comment from: Kiel Christianson [Member] Email
I actually thought his all-powder blue ensemble on Saturday was even uglier. Both were bad, though. I missed his Th and Fr outfits. Also monochromatic?
2006-07-24 @ 10:56
Comment from: Ford [Visitor]
Alex--Praising the size of the check he recieved and touting his top-5 finish in a major, sounds like the same kind of stuff you like to bash another overly hyped youngster for...

Sergio, looked and played the role of the fool on Sunday. Watch how he relaxed and actually played better after he had already taken himself out of contention. He had been hailed as the next great challenger to Tiger back in 1999 and while he has had a nice career, he will never stare down Tiger when it matters. He has shown the tendency to wilt down the stretch numerous times, in tournamnets of consequence and those of the second tier variety. It's a shame too, because he really is one the game's great ball strikers.

I've also heard that Sergio has taken the "ladies man" torch from Fred Couples, but for the life of me I can't understand why.
2006-07-24 @ 11:09
Comment from: Dave Marrandette [Visitor]
Hmm, Tim, Can I Get a Ruling? What a great name for a book. Oops, sorry, already taken, shameless plug. Unfortunately, the rule book does not cover fashion faux pas. Maybe we'll do that in volume two.
2006-07-24 @ 11:23
Comment from: Alex [Visitor]
Ford, For quite a while in the early stages of his career, Nick Faldo was scornfully referred to as "Nick Foldo" by the tabloid press and even the sensible press in Britain after he failed on Sunday to win a tournament that was within his grasp. The writers quietly dropped the pejorative handle after he racked up his first major win and then followed it with several others. It's quite possible that Sergio may yet get that elusive major to add to his 16 other worldwide victories. And Ford, Sergio NEVER got anywhere near the overhyping as did that certain unnamed female golfer to whom you made reference, that teenage "phenom" who has yet to win anything as compared to Sergio's 16 "W's".
2006-07-24 @ 12:04
Comment from: Jim COULTHARD [Visitor]
I think the Spanish look at these things differently than Americans do.

After taking himself out of contention with a four over front nine that put him at 243, Sergio Garcia regrouped and went 3 under for the back nine to finish at T5. For the Spanish coming back from adversity like this shows the heart of a champion, even if Sergio was unable to defeat Tiger this time.

Some Americans view things differently. To these people, Mark Calcavecchia showed the heart of a champion. After he took himself out of the championship with two over on the front nine to put him at 244, he played the back nine at six over. No one can say of Mark Calcavecchia that he played better once he no longer had a chance to win.
2006-07-24 @ 12:16
Comment from: Ford [Visitor]
Sergio Garcia--Heart of a champion? You're kidding right. The guy is dead last on tour with a final round scoring average on the wrong side of 74.

Heart, No! Courage, Yes for wearing that outfit.

Alex, just kidding around this morning. You and I have a very similar attitude towards the great winless one. I was just making sure you weren't changing your winning is all that matters position.
2006-07-24 @ 15:00
Comment from: Kim [Visitor]
I agree with disliking his outfit, but I'm not sure about the "mental midget" comment. Incidentally, I hope his putting improves commensurate with your grammar, since you surely meant "their" rather than "there" in this sentence: "I know he's European and Euro men are supposed to be more fashion conscious than there beer T-shirt wearing American counterparts, but I believe Richard Simmons and figure skater Scott Hamilton thought Sergio's outfit wasn't manly enough."
2006-07-24 @ 18:16
Comment from: Steve DeGarmo [Visitor]
If Tiger is supposed to know that Spaz in Europe means mentally challenged, then Sergio ought to know in America yellow means you're a chicken.
2006-07-24 @ 22:26
Comment from: David [Visitor]
Enough with the clothes talk - Sergio is a good dresser.
2006-07-25 @ 17:43
Comment from: Peter [Visitor]
Only Spaniards without any taste would defend Garcia's outfits. Even the British and French press questioned Sergio's yellow outfits. I saw a funny Garcia's picture on the BBC sports page. It's a shame he looked like a bewildered bird. BTW, I thought his explanations for putting sounded eerily similar to Michelle Wie, but according to some TV golf psychologist, those self-denials were supposed to help Garcia to putt better.
2006-07-26 @ 02:07
Comment from: Golf Goddess [Visitor]
Hey Sergio....true or false:

T/F: Experimenting with fads is fun, especially in front of an international audience.

T/F: Your idea of dressing up is wearing Banana Republic instead of Old Navy.

T/F: People think you are colorblind.


If you answered True to even one of these, you're having a fashion emergency.
2006-07-26 @ 15:10
Comment from: Isaac [Visitor]
I thought Sergio's outfit was from the Natalie Gulbis collection!
2006-07-26 @ 18:21
Comment from: Darron Tickle [Visitor]
I thought that Garcia may be wearing his yellow outfit as support for his countryman who was trying to win the Tour De France cycling race and the yellow jersey.
However he was also beaten by a yank!
2006-07-27 @ 04:17
Comment from: Panther's Friend [Visitor]
When you're expecting to pee all over yourself, it's best to wear yellow.
2006-07-28 @ 17:52
Comment from: Fred [Visitor]
Ah, another typical post from Chrissy Baldwin, a (wo)man who has accomplished ABSOLUTELY NOTHING in life. You want to talk about appearance? For someone who is losing his hair and is about the flabbiest guy in the world, it is laughable that you insult Sergio's clothing. At least tomorrow, he'll change clothes. You, on the other hand, will still be as flabby and bald as ever.
2006-07-29 @ 11:19
Comment from: ANNE [Visitor]
Has anyone noticed that when Sergio wears blue he plays really well? He really needs to keep away from the banana suit!
2006-08-19 @ 17:18
Comment from: Natalie [Visitor] Email
I completely agree with Fred's last post. Why do bother writing completely useless articles? It's none of your business what Sergio wears because he'll always look better than you do. You write these articles because you're jealous of him since he will always be an amazing golfer and have amazing looks while you have nothing. I suggest you find a new career instead of spending your time criticizing one of the best golfers in the world's outfits.
2007-04-11 @ 09:57
Comment from: Natalie [Visitor] Email
I completely agree with Fred's last post. Why do bother writing completely useless articles? It's none of your business what Sergio wears because he'll always look better than you do. You write these articles because you're jealous of him since he will always be an amazing golfer and have amazing looks while you have nothing. I suggest you find a new career instead of spending your time criticizing one of the best golfers in the world's outfits.
2007-04-11 @ 10:12
Comment from: Natalie [Visitor] Email
I completely agree with Fred's last post. Why do bother writing completely useless articles? It's none of your business what Sergio wears because he'll always look better than you do. You write these articles because you're jealous of him since he will always be an amazing golfer and have amazing looks while you have nothing. I suggest you find a new career instead of spending your time criticizing one of the best golfers in the world's outfits.
2007-04-11 @ 10:13
Comment from: jones [Visitor] Email
You are an absolute douchebag
2008-08-11 @ 16:52

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