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Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Right about now is when she should hang
it up til next year, find a new coach and
dump the entourage of bloodsuckers.

Definitley get rid of that leadpipe swing annihilator. As One-Putt says, Gilchrist is available and she did alright with him before.

Maybe send her folks back to Hawaii (or an extended cruise) and just have fun for a while
2007-06-30 @ 14:48
Comment from: Lance R. [Visitor] Email
Hey Putt4par,

When did you start speaking in English again? Your earlier posts were so impressive.

LR

P.S. The correct answer was "E".
2007-06-30 @ 15:31
Comment from: Joe R [Visitor] Email
Great article by Ron Sirak Executive Editor of Golf World end with this....

While Michelle may be a special talent, the best thing B.J. and Bo can do at this point is something millions of parents do at the end of every summer. They need to send Michelle off to college, tell her to study hard and let her have the fun that is the byproduct of the university experience. It's time to put away the clubs, crack the books and laugh with friends. Enough of the golf, for now. It's time to let Michelle Wie have a life.

Ron Sirak is the executive editor of Golf World magazine.
2007-06-30 @ 15:45
Comment from: smudge [Visitor]
has Wie figured out which wrist is injured this time?
2007-06-30 @ 16:20
Comment from: Ken [Visitor] Email
How long will it be before the next chapter of Perils of Wie? Too bad they can’t just drag her off the course and shoot her like a thoroughbred with a broken leg. But seriously, I think she has been upstaged by her own hype and is suffering from a bad case of performance anxiety. I expect to see her on a Futurerama soon because her excuses are hilarious.
2007-06-30 @ 16:52
Comment from: Brian [Visitor] Email
I did learn one thing from the prodigy this week. When I've shot all those 82s, I was actually very close to carding a 69!
2007-06-30 @ 17:10
Comment from: Mikey [Visitor]
An iPhone? I doubt it. She's sponsored by Sony, not Apple.
2007-06-30 @ 20:22
Comment from: Brandon Tucker [Member] Email
A triumph of topical, keyword-loaded headlines Chris. Bravo.
2007-06-30 @ 23:02
Comment from: BV [Visitor]
I'm still waiting for copies of "Making of a Champion" to show up at the pro shop here...guess I better not hold my breath....LOL
2007-07-03 @ 13:47
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor] Email
Yes, the book written by that mediocre female "writer" . . . LOL.
2007-07-04 @ 13:22

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