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Comment from: Oui Oui Oui [Visitor] Email
Cabrera at least have this foreign, smoking-on-golf-course, exotic appeal...
2007-07-18 @ 06:39
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Sorry, but does Jim Furyk as a half-bald,middle-aged guy, excite you? It has to be Tiger, or no one will care. Check that, Tiger can also be defeated in the final hour by some rock-n-roll golfer, like Poulter, Casey, Hoffman, or Levin, and people might care. As long as kitty is in the mix, the world cares.
2007-07-18 @ 08:08
That was 'mix', not 'litter' you said there wasn't it Ron?
2007-07-18 @ 08:59
Comment from: Kiel Christianson [Member] Email
Cabrera also likes to drink. He's a throwback.
I found him refreshing, although you're right--he is a no-name.
2007-07-18 @ 12:26
Comment from: twister [Visitor] Email
This is Brett Quigley's week
2007-07-18 @ 15:37
Comment from: Rick Montenegro [Visitor] Email
The most likely (and unlikely, for that matter) candidates who are American and would make things interesting to the crybabies would be Love III, Weir, Daly, Baddely and Mickelson.

Personally, I thought Zach Johnson did something great for the sport by showing that "old man" golf can win. And Cabrera... only Baldwin could find something to make him dislike a guy we don't know much about.
2007-07-18 @ 18:31
Comment from: Stanley [Visitor] Email
Tiger will get another 2nd in his quest to catch Nicklaus 19 2nd places in majors.
2007-07-18 @ 18:35
Comment from: Booger [Visitor] Email
Cabrera is not a no-name. I can't believe
someone pretending to be a golf journalist
had no idea who he was before this year's

If you think Argentina is boring, you
obviously have never spent any time in
Buenos Aires.
2007-07-18 @ 22:26
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
TANGO TOWN!!!! On another note, is Sergio enough of a name for you? How about Steve Stricker?
2007-07-21 @ 20:48
Comment from: Michael [Visitor] Email
Another idiot who thinks that if a major winner's name doesn't begin with "Tiger" or "Phil," it's almost like it didn't happen at all. Look, I like both those guys, OK? But they can't win everything, and golf won't die if they don't. Remember the early to mid '90s? There was no dominant player then, and guys like Corey Pavin, Paul Azinger, Nick Faldo, Greg Norman, Ernie Els, Steve Jones AND Elkington, and a host of others won majors, and golf didn't suffer because of it. So Johnson and Cabrera didn't do many special things before their major titles. It's not like they just signed up having never played before, and BOOM! create major-winning magic. And if you say that Harrington is a no-name, you shouldn't even be writing about golf to begin with. Remember how he got his first PGA Tour wins? He beat Vijay in a playoff for one, and snatched the other right out of Jim Furyk's hands by nailing a 65-foot eagle putt on the 72nd hole. Beating those two guys is no small feat in itself. If anyone should be worried about no-name status, it's you, because if you keep writing junk like this, you're going to still be writing for this blog in 30 years' time. And, oh, yeah, I gotta think that if a guy named Monty ever won a major, people wouldn't dismiss that so quickly.
2007-08-03 @ 16:16

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