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Comment from: Hoyt Decker [Visitor]
Gee, real cutting-edge stuff by Ferguson. Good on you for calling him on it. Next thing you know he'll be writing about $10 Scotch!
2006-11-29 @ 06:15
Comment from: Mike [Visitor] Email
I would invite you over Chris, but I don't think your head would fit through the door.
2006-11-29 @ 09:44
Comment from: Mr. Rain [Visitor]
I am still cheering Michelle. But, to be honest, I am not sure how long I can do that. You know, I used to cheer David Duvall as hes is one of my favourites. But, it so sad to finish my sentence...........
2006-11-29 @ 15:05
Comment from: Stanley [Visitor] Email

I'm still a big fan of Michelle Wie.
I also think she will be the greatest female player of all time.

By the way, she is still a far better player than Paula Creamer who is by the way, 0 fo 36 in her last 36 lpga events.
Did you know that?

Creamer's winless lpga record surpasses that of Michelle Wie.
Isn't that interesting.
2006-11-29 @ 18:11
Comment from: Stanley [Visitor] Email
By the way, Morgan Pressel is 0 for 31, just one behind Wie in lpga events.

Natalie Gulbis is 0 for about 130 or so events.
2006-11-29 @ 18:13
Comment from: Stanley [Visitor] Email
Chris is 0 for 1,000 in intelligent thoughts in the last week or so.
2006-11-29 @ 18:14
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
These guys are so funny, I just hate to soil the thread with a post...but I must. Count me as one of the dirty dozen still rooting for her. How can a victory by Wie be a bad thing? How can any victory on any tour be a bad thing? Knowing Chris as I do (and I don't), if I were a psychoanalyst (and I'm not), I would think that he had been wronged by his ex, and was looking to avenge his punctured pride with an interminable onslaught of attacks. Oh well, it gives us something to do when we're not in church...
2006-11-29 @ 20:31
Comment from: One-Putt [Visitor] Email
Creamer earned over a Million Bucks this year, which is a great year on the LPGA tour.

Pressel earned nearly five hundred thousand bucks during her Rookie season on tour. A great first season for Morgan as a Pro.

You have to finish high in the order consistently to earn over a million without a win and I for one think they both had very good seasons on tour and most importantly they kept their exempt cards for the 2007 tour.

Morgan and Paula will win a bunch of golf tournaments in the future, so be patient.
2006-11-30 @ 03:04
Comment from: Mr. Rain [Visitor]
Natalie, Paula, Morgan, and Michelle are good players. But, it is pretty hard to win these days; especially most LPGA tournaments are 3 days only events. I wonder how many tournaments Tigar will will if PGA use 3 days format.
2006-11-30 @ 09:53
Comment from: Stanley [Visitor] Email
Paula and Morgan and Natalie are good players, but they are behind Wie in the pecking order.
2006-11-30 @ 15:46
Comment from: Stanley [Visitor] Email
Stanley... I just don't see it. Creamer
won 4 tournaments her rookie year and won
over a million dollars as a sophmore pro. Wie
has not won anything as a pro. Besides
wishful thinking, why do you think Wie is
ahead of Creamer?????
2006-11-30 @ 21:52
Comment from: One-Putt [Visitor] Email
Stanley quit arguing with yourself.
2006-12-01 @ 02:18
Comment from: Baby Blue Eyes [Visitor] Email

Are you having another out of body experience? Did you not take your medication this morning?
2006-12-01 @ 13:45
Comment from: Stanley [Visitor] Email
Okay, whoever decided to copy the name Stanley isn't funny.

The fact is that Paula Creamer won those 4 events and then backed it up by winning nothing, well apart from less money that is.

Creamer has failed to perform in the majors again and again.
2006-12-01 @ 19:53

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