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Comment from: Jay [Visitor]
Congratulations. Welcome aboard. Golad to see Tiger has made the effort to be more of a gentleman on the golf course ***rolls eyes*** His check will be lighter for the cusses, but it won't impact him (like anything does).
04/14/05 @ 13:51
Comment from: Jeff Poley [Visitor]
I believe a turtleneck, mock or not, is a collar. Accordingly, Tiger met the "collared-shirt dress code". Golf and tennis are the only sports where fashion seems to be such an important thing--I guess that is one of the reasons the two sports are considered sports for the gilded class.
04/15/05 @ 10:46
Comment from: neil [Visitor]
Gee Jeff ,
Would you find it OK to see multi millionaires who play golf for a living wearing tacky shorts like the nimrods in the NBA (Oh that's right , they do allow awful shorts on the LPGA). Your statement is kind of rediculous . All other sports have uniforms Jeff , golf and tennis leave it up to the player to dress themselves , unfortunately some shouldn't be allowed . Jasper Parnevick or Duffy Waldorf would come to mind .
04/20/05 @ 05:22

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