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Comment from: Shanks [Member] Email
The poor play on the back nine was bad enough but that chunky-monkey Goosen hit into the water on 18 was one of the worst shots I've ever seen a professional hit. For a player of his caliber to do that with a wedge is worse than an NFL kicker missing an extra point. Clearly, he has serious emotional baggage.
2006-11-13 @ 09:12
Comment from: Tom [Visitor] Email
I am South African so quite bias but I love the guy. Always got his back. Maybe he is done but anybody who wins a major gets kudo's from me.
2006-11-13 @ 09:35
Comment from: Brandon Tucker [Member] Email
How about trying to predict the next big winner instead of throwing a bunch of names out and hoping they'll crumble. Well done, Kreskin.

Didn't you also predict Phil Mickelson was a fluke who wouldn't win more than one major? You seem to have omitted that in your "Yippee for me!" blog.

2006-11-13 @ 10:06
Comment from: ronmon [Visitor] Email
Retief wasn't the only one to have a shoddy weekend. Sergio went into the tank against no one in particular in Japan; Jenn Rosales went 83-83 in Tour Championship; Cristien Kerr dropped an 80 on Saturday, but followed up with a 64 on Sunday. The only stud of the weekend was Ochoa, who dusted the field in the LPGA TC.
2006-11-13 @ 23:15
Comment from: One-Putt [Visitor] Email
Give props to JRO, at least she didn't withdraw after the first round and go home. I guess she should limit her appearances to no cut events.

Paula Creamer would have been in contention if she could have dropped some three footers in the four and a quarter inch hole. Her tee to green performance was excellent with many makeable birdie putts that she failed to convert.

Lorena putted like she was aiming at a 55 gallon drum in the ground and her ball striking was quite breathtaking. Winning by ten strokes is "thumpin" the opposition.

Back to this Retief guy, isn't he one of those second tier Euro Tour golfers?
2006-11-14 @ 02:47
Comment from: One-Putt [Visitor] Email
One more thought on Lorena Ochoa fellow bloggers; After carding a double par on the first hole of round three and coming back strong to win with a record score of 21 under par, the name Ochoka is long gone.

If she plays this well at the ADT, she could stuff an additional $1,000,000 in her purse for the season.
2006-11-14 @ 02:58
Comment from: Kristen [Visitor] Email
Jennifer Mario hasn't had a word to say about anything in a long time! Where in the world is she? Does she still blog with you guys? Is there a foul odor coming from her cubible?
2006-11-14 @ 13:09
Comment from: Harold Thompson [Visitor] Email
What do you mean she has never made a women's cut? It seems to me that she has a tremendous record in their majors. Perhaps it is the lack of controversy over her entry that makes these non-events...
2006-11-17 @ 16:52

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