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Comment from: Mike [Visitor]
Right on Doug. If you fall off the horse, get right back on and ride.He's acting like a baby.
2006-06-24 @ 09:50
Comment from: Kiel Christianson [Member] Email
I agree. I can't imagine a better place to start having fun on the golf course again. Fans there would be very supportive.
2006-06-24 @ 10:21
Comment from: Simon [Visitor]
The treetops event is usually a low key event with a laid back atmosphere. But can you imagine what it would be like this time around. The place would be packed with media hounding Phil and constantly asking him about the 18th at Winged Foot. I would like to see him out there as much as the next fan, I just guess he wants to stay away with his family for some more untill he is perfectly ready to face the mauling from the press.
2006-06-24 @ 17:53
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
You guys are dumb **** (whoops, need one more *) Remember when Phil had the crappy 2004, and everyone wrote him off? Turned out his wife and newborn had almost died. Let the man live his life. When was the last time Kiel or Doug choked with the hole world watching? Jeez, give me some more platitudes, please...get back on the horse...start moving forward...blah blah blah.
2006-06-25 @ 11:03
Comment from: Stacy [Visitor]
Very funny blog. I agree wholeheartedly but Mickelson still needs time to recover from the Open. I love watching the Par-3 shootout with Phil and may not catch it now that he won't be there.
2006-06-25 @ 11:33
Comment from: Don [Visitor]
Phil was acting like a baby. Am I to believe that the stress of playing at a Par 3 shoot out is to much for him. His instructor runs Tree Tops, maybe they could get some extra work in. What is worried about, he's a golfer!!! The people in Gaylord would only cheer for him. Hey Phil, conflict doesn't build character it defines it.
2006-08-09 @ 10:13

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