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Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
If you're going to watch golf today, it's not going to be the Corona. We all know that. Lorena's dominance will receive the recognition it merits from those who care the most. As for the rest, good luck convincing them.
04/13/08 @ 13:37
Comment from: BV [Visitor]
Hi Jen - On Weird Wolfie's blog he mentioned that Tiger was going to have knee surgery. That prompted my comment below on his blog, thought it was relevant to share with you...

[Soooooo....I don't suppose anyone would care to compare and contrast Mr Woods' manner of dealing with an injury with Ms Wie's - gosh, that would just be like beating a dead horse, wouldn't it????

Tiger with a blown knee finishes second at the Masters....Michelle with a sore wrist doesn't even START. *sigh* "The Making of a Champion" indeed......LOL]
04/17/08 @ 11:17
Comment from: Jennifer Mario [Member] Email
Hi, BV. Well... Michelle did start a number of tournaments with that wrist, and you can see how that worked out for her. Not so well.

Personally I think she should have stopped playing as soon as the injury happened and given it all the time it needed to heal, not this halfway stuff she tried to do with continuing to practice and play and finishing dead last if at all.

But I don't think it's fair to compare Tiger and Michelle's reactions to those injuries because those injuries are so different. When Tiger has a broken wrist, or MW has damaged cartilage in her knee, then let the comparisons fly.
04/18/08 @ 09:39
Comment from: BV [Visitor]
I wasn't aware that Ms Wie's wrist was broken. When was that made public? It was my understanding she suffered a sprain/strain type injury?
04/22/08 @ 12:36
Comment from: Jennifer Mario [Member] Email
BV--the Wie camp was bizarrely hush-hush about the wrist injury, but they finally announced (last February, I think) that it was a fracture, not just a sprain.
04/22/08 @ 21:19

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