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Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor] Email
Chris,

I'm always amused at this obsession we have with growth. The economy has to grow, golf has to grow, etc. Nothing grows forever.

And I'm happy that golf is contracting. It means that the courses will be less crowded, and that suits me just fine.
2006-11-03 @ 15:16
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
I've never seen a kid dressed as a golfer, from suburbia to urbia, even at the height of the TW craze. 30 is old, 31 in two months, so who's the next big thing? I hope he's chinese or Phillipino or Dutch, with personality. If it's a she, I hope she's a Chinese Babe Didrickson. Imagine pro golf with Finchem and without Tiger...talk about stifling and strangled. Tiger's legacy may not be all his wins, but that he stood up to THE MAN when necessary.
2006-11-04 @ 08:53

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