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Comment from: Booger [Visitor] Email
I hope Vijay wins again and wraps this
stupid thing up, giving the PGA Tour the
embarrasment so richly deserved for their
crimes against golf.
2008-09-02 @ 10:50
Comment from: bloggerbeck [Visitor] Email
I agree that Vijay stands a good shot, I wouldn't be surprised if Sergio didn't sneak up and steal the lead from him.
2008-09-02 @ 21:50
Comment from: Chris Baldwin [Member] Email
You may not be surprised if Sergio sneaks up and steals it BloggerBeck, but it's near mathematically impossible.

Sergio would have to at worst - at worst - win and finish second in the final two FedEx Cup events and Vijay would have to finish close to last in both to even give Garcia a possibility under the points system.

If you're going to try and sneak in a GoDaddy.com link with that fake reviews blog thing, at least work in some golf knowledge, Beck. Or read the post.



2008-09-03 @ 05:07

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