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Comment from: Chris Baldwin [Visitor]
You're an a**hole
2007-10-22 @ 10:29
Comment from: Real golf fan [Visitor] Email
Holy gigantic second helping of bitterness. There there.
2007-10-22 @ 10:32
Comment from: B. Bird [Visitor] Email
I watched much of the Sunday action on TV. Not a major, but exciting golf for October. As for the blog writer, are you like 12 years old? Are you actually criticizing Canada for having cold weather? And from your tone, you have some sort of personal problem with Mike Weir and Canadians? As I recall, Mr. Weir won the Masters. If you are trying to be funny, uh you aren't. Get a grip.
2007-10-22 @ 11:30
Comment from: j.p.corbeil [Visitor] Email
I don't see anything wrong with jokes about our climate, since we usually it ourselves ("last year, summer happened on July 23rd..."). And there is nothing wrong about saying Weir does not win often.

My intervention has a noble motive: do not let ignorance tarnish a golf blog. You will therefore find here a few references about George Knudson, whom you should know since you are not 12 years old.



PGA Tour Victories
1961 Coral Gables Open
1963 Portland Open
1964 Fresno Open
1967 New Orleans Open
1968 Phoenix Open
1968 Tucson Open
1972 Robinson Open
1972 Kaiser International Open

Other Achievements
Individual champion, World Cup, 1966
World Cup winner with Al Balding, 1968
Canadian Professional Golfers Association champion, 1964, ’67-68, ’76-77
Millar Trophy winner, 1966
Canadian Junior champion, 1955
Manitoba Junior champion, 1954-55

Enjoy the learning experience.

J.P. Corbeil
2007-10-22 @ 11:47
Comment from: wendy (UK) [Visitor]
Are you really so bitter and twisted about Mike Weir in particular and the Canadians in general, or is your blog just a ploy to score comment no.s? Genuine question. I'm baffled.
2007-10-22 @ 15:52
Comment from: Kate Paige [Visitor] Email
Agree with all of the above - you are an a$$! What is wrong with you? Such bitterness - did your mommy not tuck you in at night? Did a Canadian beat your a$$ one day and now you resent their superiority? What? You're an embarrassed to this site and to golf. Get an education you infant! This American is embarrassed for you - really!
2007-10-22 @ 16:22
Comment from: Michael [Visitor] Email
Hey, Baldwin, if you wanna make yourself feel good, you can always head down to Dillard's and buy yourself a green jacket just like Weiry Boy's got, as long as you don't mind it saying, "Wimbledon Collection" on the inside, since, ya know, you'll never get one the way he got one: by winning The Masters.
2007-10-22 @ 20:59
Comment from: Daniel [Visitor] Email
When it is not Mike Weir and Canadians, it is fellow Tim McDonald.

Anything to get numbers and ask boss for a raise.
2007-10-23 @ 12:15
Comment from: huh? [Visitor] Email
Steve Nash is Canadian? No way. I knew some famous Americans like Oprah and Jay Leno were Canadians, but Steve Nash? I don't think so.
2007-10-23 @ 13:50
Comment from: patricia [Visitor] Email
Does he really give you a raise if you get lots of comments? Sweeet.
2007-10-23 @ 13:59
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email

Your handle is quite appropriate.

I assume that your post is meant to be some sort of a joke.

In case your serious, I suggest that you do a bit of research.

Nash was born in South Africa, but he has been a Canadian citizen for most of his life.

Oprah was born in Mississippi, and has spent the majority of her career first in Nashville and then Chicago. I doubt if she ever worked in Canada.

Leno was born in New York and has done nearly all of his entertaining in the USA.
2007-10-24 @ 17:27
Comment from: BV [Visitor]
Merciful heavens! Bald-one...you sure seem to attract the crazies! Folks, this is actually one of Chris' better posts, informative and even sort of funny. I, unlike "Kate Paige", am not at all embarrassed for you. And Alex - thanks for setting the other idiot straight! ;)
2007-10-25 @ 12:36

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