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Comment from: Shanks [Member] Email
Can't, for the life of me, imagine how the ball got in his bag - unless drinking was involved. Think about it. The Titleist Rep gives him trays, bags or boxes of the prototype to test. He takes them to the range and hits 50, 100 or more. Then what? It's not like Hayes is some muni hacker who steals the "good" range balls. Yep, had to be booze.
11/24/08 @ 10:34
Comment from: Speedcat Hollydale [Visitor] Email
I have a lot of respect for JP ... and wonder if I could have had as much integrity.

12/05/08 @ 17:37
Comment from: Dave [Visitor] Email
He's commendably honest, we've got to give him that. But golf is supposed to be a game of honesty. Hayes, having being a professional golfer for almost twenty years now (two victories, over $7 million won in prize money), probably knows the game better than any of us ever will. I doubt he considered even for a moment not disqualifying himself.
12/11/08 @ 07:39

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