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Comment from: Tim McDonald [Member] Email
Damn! That changes my whole opinion of him.

I hereby retract any words that may have been miscontrued the fact Nick Faldo is anything other than a perfect gentlemand and a helluva guy. Seriously, what a tale.
2006-10-17 @ 05:58
Comment from: Mike [Visitor] Email
Somebody, please give McDonald a Kleenex.
2006-10-17 @ 08:21
Comment from: Kiel Christianson [Visitor] Email
Wow! A story nearly as good as the time Craig Stadler pulled me from icy water and fed me mollusks until we were spotted by a passing trawler.
2006-10-17 @ 12:25
Comment from: RonMon [Visitor] Email
Forget Faldo...what kind of guys are McDonald and Baldwin? My mom sat between them on a bus ride once, and they squeezed her together like lunch meat, with their egos as bread.
2006-10-17 @ 16:51
Comment from: Brandon Tucker [Member] Email
Wow, great story.

Actually, I do have family tales despite not hitting puberty yet, Chris. My grandma used to talk about her run-ins with Paul Azinger and the late Payne Stewart.Said they were "charming". Of course, their reputations seem to be unblemished anyways.

I myself have tales of a run-in with the Backstreet Boys in the Bahamas. True story. See any of those guys in Tahoe, Baldwin?
2006-10-17 @ 17:04

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