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Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
I was especially amused to note that the good old boys even gave them the run of the clubhouse for the week.
And who says the chivalry is dead !!
05/03/07 @ 18:58
Comment from: Oui Oui Oui [Visitor] Email
The Morris must be churning in their graves....
05/04/07 @ 08:23
Comment from: Shanks [Visitor] Email
Paula Creamer thinks enough of this historic first to skip a tournament and travel overseas just to practice on the Old Course in April - which is not exactly primetime. Who knows if that will pay off in this year's event but it says a lot to me about her. I'll bet she's adopted by the crowd just as Brad Faxon was 2 years ago. They are very knowledgable and will not forget something like that.
05/04/07 @ 08:38
Comment from: Tom [Visitor] Email
Can somebody please explain to me why the ladies are going to play the road hole as a par 5.

Turning the road hole into a 3 shot pitch and putt par 5 is outrageous.

05/06/07 @ 04:16

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